Saturday, November 5, 2011


Recently, Anna and I found this item at the grocery store. Neither of us knew what it was but we couldn't resist, (it was cheap after all).

What it is not, is a pumpkin or winter squash, judging from the flesh. What it might be, is some type of zucchini or zucchini crossed with something else.

I baked it as I would an acorn squash and it was edible though likely not as good as if it were cooked some other way.

If anyone knows what it really is and/or how to cook it properly, please let us know. We are certainly looking forward to finding new information, and recipes.

In any case, I have saved the seeds and it will be interesting to see what those seeds produce, depending on what was grown nearby that it may have crossed with.

1 comment:

  1. This either looks exactly like a pumpkin or a melon. However, to be sure, you can also contact your supplier or any other farm nearby your area. If not, you can also try to search with Google image search and see what the results are. Cheers!


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