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Pin for Later: 11 Delicious Solutions For Dealing With a Surplus of Summer Squash Squash Blossom Soup

Pin for Later: 11 Delicious Solutions For Dealing With a Surplus of Summer Squash Squash Blossom Soup

Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese (that doesn't taste like squash): Squash Macaroni and Cheese

Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese (that doesn't taste like squash): Squash Macaroni and Cheese

Acorn Squash    Any Green Bay Packers fan should love acorn squash because it comes in the team’s three colors: green, gold and white (though the dark green ones can be much darker in hue than the team’s forest green). Known for its compact size, one squash provides one (generous) or two portions. The defined ribs make an attractive vessel: the halves can be hollowed out after baking and used as decorative bowls for mashed squash, squash soup, rice or stuffing. Naturally sweet and slightly…

Acorn Squash Any Green Bay Packers fan should love acorn squash because it comes in the team’s three colors: green, gold and white (though the dark green ones can be much darker in hue than the team’s forest green). Known for its compact size, one squash provides one (generous) or two portions. The defined ribs make an attractive vessel: the halves can be hollowed out after baking and used as decorative bowls for mashed squash, squash soup, rice or stuffing. Naturally sweet and slightly…

Growing summer squash vertically by trellising or in tomato cages helps to save space, encourages air circulation, and allows the squash to be more visible reducing the chance of overgrowth.

Growing summer squash vertically by trellising or in tomato cages helps to save space, encourages air circulation, and allows the squash to be more visible reducing the chance of overgrowth.

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