They are so versatile and tasty. Here are some tips for navigating the kitchen with fall vegetables including butternut, acorn and spaghetti squash.
-Use a sharp knife. Cutting through the peel can be difficult!
-You may steam them, boil them, bake in a water pan, cook in the crock pot, roast or grill them. There are many different ways to cook squash
-Baking them in the oven with no water will make for a less “water logged” squash. It can make a difference in recipes!
-Spaghetti squash, as the name indicates, is a great noodle replacement but can also try it as crust in an egg breakfast or pizza.
-You can store these squashes in a cool dark place for a year or longer. As long as they don’t show signs of mold or soft spots, they’re made to store.
– Tips by Stacy Geny of Paradise Produce – East Nashville Farmers Market