We grow several varieties of winter squash, spaghetti,
butternut, delicata and acorn. These are similar plants
to the summer squash, but they mature for a longer period
of time and develop a hard outer skin. They are naturally
sweet, and benefit from roasting in the oven.
Usage and Cooking Strategies:
Roast whole or cut in half and scoop out the seeds,
sweeten lightly or try savory herbs like sage and thyme.
The flesh can be eaten once cooked scooped out of the
shell or try making a pureed soup or mash like potatoes.
The seeds of all squash are edible and are great salted
and roasted in the oven.
Store for 4-5 days on the counter or for longer storage
the can be kept in the refrigerator.
Butternut Squash with Goat Cheese and Walnuts
Butternut Squash Soup
Squash Baked Doughnuts
| 1120 Commerce Avenue # 7, Atwater, CA
95301 | (209) 201-1053