What are the pros? Tasty, easy to grow, good size
What are the cons? None
Loved growing this squash! Picked early, it's similar to an acorn squash. Later in the season, it becomes denser, maybe even waxy, and has almost a fig-like texture, or like dry citrus. I like eating it just roasted with butter (and maybe a little gravy, yum!) but you could always blend it into soup or mashed squash if you prefer. This squash is totally delicious! The seeds are great roasted too! In addition to being tasty, they look beautiful, they are a good size for a meal for one or two people, and they were easy to grow. We did our best to prepare the bed, but they were a bit neglected after that and still did great. They produced better for us than the white acorn squash that we also grew. Will definitely be growing this one again next year!
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