fried squash blooms....nailed it!

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    seemed so simple...stuff them with cheese and fry....
     
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    so that is what i did.... IMG_20180825_112342151.jpg

    so i sashay out to the hard working hubby....proudly giving him this plate of fried squash...
    he is on a ladder and takes a bite.....gets a look on his face and ask if i tried it....no ....he hands me the plate...i try it....i spit it out....

    nailed it!!!
     
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    Are they bitter?
     
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    yes lol and just bad....they were just so bad.....
     
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    I've never had squash blooms. What did you stuff them with besides mascarpone?
     
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    that was all.....that is all you need a cream cheese or such
     
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    They look delicious.
     
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    and looks are very deceiving
     
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    my husband is not a picky eater....in over 35 yrs of marriage...he has refused to eat two dishes..this being the 2nd ...
     
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    sounds like a man after my own appetite...even foods I do not like I learn to eat...took me over 50 years to learn to like peas but I eat them by the canful now...only liver and a handful of other things are left to get over...It just sounds to me like there may be a pre-cooking step [or something along those lines] missing from your preparation that resulted in the blooms being bitter.
     

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