Acorn squash is my favorite squash for stuffing. When its cut in half it makes the perfect individual serving bowl to put your stuffing in and it looks beautiful. I found a perfect stuffed acorn squash recipe last year and have not looked back. It is rare that we make things like this more than once, but there is just no reason to look for another recipe when both Aaron and I love this one.
The ingredients are listed below, but I have to admit I have never ventured into the wheat berries territory. We have used quinoa or brown rice instead. I think following the rest of the ingredients closely would result in the best flavor, but we have made it with only dried herbs and with cranberries instead of sour cherries (they are expensive!) and walnuts or chopped almonds instead of pine nuts (also expensive). It still tastes great!
Even if you aren't going to stuff your squash I suggest roasting it with a smashed garlic clove under it. It really does add a great flavor to the acorn squash.