by donR November 17, 2015
If you search for winter squash recipes you can find plenty of suggestions on the web. In our last post we interviewed a master gardener to get few tricks for preparing nutritious squash. I was satisfied with that until I met Richard and Nancy while picking apples for a Cook-In. It was there that I heard another way to prepare winter squash. They own Apple Creek Orchards in Ferndale, Washington, recognized by redtri.com as one of the best apple orchards for families near Seattle.
According to Richard, Winter squash can be stored in a cool dry place for up to 3 months due to its hard outer skin. But that feature also makes it hard to cut and he offered two solutions:
- Simply poke a hole…
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