Oct 23

The Many Virtues of Winter Squash

Winter Squash is the name given to a family of vegetables from the genus Cucurbita that are grown in the summer, harvested in the fall and are sturdy enough to last the whole winter in a chilly cellar. Summer squash such as zucchini have a much shorter shelf life and softer rind.
While pumpkin and butternut squash are the famous representatives of the winter squash family, there are many other varieties that you can find in your supermarket or farmer’s markets (those that are still open). Growing in popularity in recent years is the spaghetti squash, whose stringy texture has made



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