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Paula: Today we’re making Bubba’s recipe for cheesy squash casserole. Everybody loves this casserole.
Bubba: Everybody wants to know it.
Paula: And you know what I was just reading over your ingredients and it’s not much different from what I do.
Bubba: Well what do you different?
Paula: Well I don’t likely know.
Bubba: [Laughing] well there’s nothing to this recipe as we’re about to show everyone.
Paula: I know, we just thinly sliced six medium summer squash and one large onion. And to sauté them you know all were going to need is a little oil, a little vegetable oil.
Paula: Just a little bit to whip it up.
Paula: Why don’t you go ahead down there and get that cheese grated.
Paula: And --
Bubba: Though we need about a cup.
Paula: Now, you all know the squash is cooking because I don’t want to drain it, I'm going to keep it turning until some of that water comes out of it. I think I'm going to go ahead now I've stirred this long as I could.
Paula: I'm going to just drop a little bit of butter. Just a little bit.
Bubba: Just a little bit.
Paula: And I'm going to season it with a little bit of salt and pepper. You want me to go ahead and pour it in the bowl.
Paula: Oki-doke, there you go. Look at those beautiful little squashes.
Bubba: Oh, yes.
Bubba: All right, gather some sharp cheddar cheese about a cup. All right, now we’re going to do add a half a cup of grated parmesan cheese. Okay, Paula I'm going to get our butter crackers ready now. I'm going to put them in a plastic bag. And just crushed them up and then we’ll add it to the top of our casserole dish before we put them in the oven. Don’t forget the sour cream.
Paula: Oki-doke. How much?
Bubba: It is a half cup.
Paula: Oki-doke. Well I’ll just do like you.
Paula: Just add all that.
Paula: Bubba this is very much like my squash casserole.
Bubba: Are you ready for the dish?
Paula: Yes, I am.
Bubba: All right we want to put this in a two quart, prepared casserole dish okay.
Paula: All this ingredients are wonderful and fresh. You know I think what was throwing me off Bubba, I know, I know what you do different now.
Bubba: What is that?
Paula: You use the parmesan cheese.
Bubba: I love parmesan.
Paula: And I'm not used to that parmesan cheese bite.
Paula: Being in there that’s exactly what it was. And in that goes.
Paula: All right.
Bubba: Now I'm going to evenly spread out the crumbs.
Bubba: And we’re going to bake this dish on about 350 degrees for 20 minutes or until the top is golden brown bubbly.
Paula: Now how about our squash casserole? It looks so good.