The Wonders of Winter Squash
Bake this mild, sweet variety with brown sugar, honey and butter or maple syrup – delicious!
True to its name, this mild-tasting specimen turns into spaghetti-like strands when cooked.
This nutty, sweet variety is good baked with butter and sugar, and also in pies.
Mild-tasting and a little less sweet than acorn, butternut squash holds its shape well after it’s cooked, so it’s great diced or sliced in recipes.
This sweet, creamy variety is good baked or steamed — you can even eat the skin.
Nutty in flavor and firm in texture, turban squash is best used whole as a squash soup tureen.