What are the pros? Excellent flavor, texture
What are the cons? low yield
This is by far the most delicious and flavorful winter squash I have ever tasted, let alone grown. The color of the flesh is like that of a cantalope, is rich and smooth, the aroma is absolutely amazing - not unlike a melon, and is pleasantly sweet. We have baked like other squash, but I prefer it cut into 1 inch cubes, (steamed briefly in microwave or stove top), sauteed in butter with apples and a pinch of cinnamon. My new favorite way to eat this squash. Seems to be a good keeper, but the yield from three hills was only 6 so - and we just ate the last one in the first week of December.
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