Compliments of The Galansky Group
Preheat oven to 350°F.
In a large bowl, whisk together mayonnaise,
ricotta, Parmesan cheese, eggs, garlic, sugar, salt, and pepper until smooth and blended.
Overlap squash slices on the bottom of a
casserole dish, and top with % cup of the ricotta mixture. Repeat this step until all the squashes and ricotta mixture are gone (about 4 times, depending on the size of your casserole dish).
In a medium bow, stir together crushed crackers and melted butter until combined. Top casserole with cracker mixture, and bake for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown and bubbly.
Let rest for 10 minutes before garnishing with chopped basil and serving.
Last Second Fun For an Adventurous August
With August upon us, it’s time to gear up for one final summer adventure! Fortunately, America is crammed full of interesting places to visit, and one of them is sure to be within driving distance for a fun weekend escape. Here are a few fascinating areas to consider for your end-of-summer travel plans.
If a weekend beach trip calling your name one last time this summer, its hard to beat Myrtle Beach, From the warm, crystal-clear water and white sand of the Grand Strand to the shopping, shows, and fun attractions at the iconic Broadway at the Beach complex it's the perfect “so much to do and o little time" destination.
Between its many parks, lakes, and landmarks, Minneapolis-Saint Paul provides an endless array of outdoor adventures, including the Minnesota State Fair: a 160-year-old event that draws over two million people over the twelve days leading up to and including Labor Day. And, of course, for indoor fun in the Twin Cities, the Mall of America is a must-see.
This historic harbor town, known as “America’s Sailing Capital,” is just south of Baltimore and offers plenty to do on a long weekend, See for yourself what all the hype is about by planning a boat excursion, eating all the seafood your heart desires or peeking into one of the many family-owned shops lining the cobblestone streets for one jam-packed weekend.
Nothing says “long weekend trip* quite like a road trip along with one of the country’s most picturesque routes. The entirety of the Pacific Coast Highway (Route 1) may not be feasible in just a couple of days, but a few notable stops are worth the drive, such as at Point Dume State Beach in Malibu, or, if you're farther north, visit San Francisco's Sutro Baths.