Butternut, Acorn, Hubbard, Sunshine: They’re all winter squash, a group that got its name because these late-ripening fruits last well into the winter when they’re properly stored.Kept in a cool, dark place, winter squash will reward you with… Read More
This hearty recipe comes from our longtime greenhouse chief, Chloe Nelson. It yields three quarts.
One of our most colorful, reliable and long-lasting crops, winter squash is a vegetable everyone should have on hand. There are many varieties: Some have bright orange flesh, others are yellow or even a creamy white inside. All are packed… Read More
(Serves 4, as a side)
From our book Morning Glory’s Farm Food: Stories from the Fields, Recipes from the Kitchen
Warm or cold, this colorful dish is as good on its own as it is with fresh seafood, roasted chicken and grilled meats.
Late summer brings the first of the so-called winter squashes. It’s been a while since we’ve seen these colorful old friends. Can you identify them all without consulting the answer page? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.6. 7.
Martha’s Vineyard cookbook author and West Tisbury farmer Susie Middleton contributed this recipe, which makes four servings as a side dish.