To benefit from these fall beauties, try the following recipes where pumpkins and squash are both a filling and a container, too.
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Squash can be a little intimidating to bring into your kitchen, but I promise it's actually quite easy to work with.
Eating season has arrived.
Squash are just edible bowls waiting to be filled.
Eating your greens has never been so easy.
Creamy, not chunky (But no cream).
For such a storied vegetable, the pumpkin has a dull reputation in the United States.
Don't let butternut and pumpkin be the only squashes you make this fall.
From a creamy butternut squash soup to a hearty galette, here are 9 fall squash recipes to serve as new staples in your kitchen.
Yes, it's healthy -- but it's so much more than a substitute.
An excellent source of dietary fiber and vitamin C, spaghetti squash also contains vitamin B6, potassium, and magnesium. Plus, it's low-cal! This recipe uses hazelnuts and breadcrumbs to offer a crunchy contrast to the silky spaghetti ribbons.
Donald Kotler of TOAST gets creative as he demonstrates how to make two tasty dishes from fresh garden squash: Chilled Squash Soup and Lamb Stuffed Squash. Beware: it includes power tools.
Let's enjoy this amazingly verdant squash while it's in peak season!
Butternut squash: winter's darling belle, cold weather's saving grace, a vegetable delicious enough to make us toss our heads back and burst into song (really).
We're making sure you never tire of this go-to fall vegetable.
Squash has come to represent the fall season more than any other vegetable. It comes in many shapes and sizes, its flesh ranges in color from pale yel...
For the past year, Amanda Hesser, Merrill Stubbs and their team at Food52.com have been running weekly recipe contests, whittling down dozens of reade...
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