Common Types of Squash
One of the largest winter varieties, Hubbard squash typically weighs 8 to 20 pounds and range in color from orange to grayish
blue. Hidden beneath the hard, nubbly skin is a delicious yellow flesh that’s both savory and sweet. The flesh is high in sugar but sometimes mealy, which means it’s best pureed (as a pie filling) or mashed. A whole
squash will keep for up to 6 months in a cool, dry place. It’s also sold cut up.
Great for: Pie filling, purees, and mashes.
When it comes to the do’s and don’ts, you’ve got lots of questions. Here, solutions for making the season merry and bright.