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Mace Gnocchi with Butternut Squash

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Mace GnocchiThis hearty fall fare makes a great family meal and brings together some of the best flavors of the season. Potato gnocchi and butternut squash are a perfect pair but instead of hinting at mace in the background, we’ve spiced the dish boldly and it didn’t disappoint. This time the brown butter and sage are in the background and they nestle in nicely as an accent. Gnocchi takes quite a bit of hands-on time and the results are worth the effort, just make sure your potatoes are baked well to start and don’t over-knead the dough. The result will be pillowy goodness with spectacular flavor and full bellies around the family table.

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