Need top-choice, sure-bet, best-pick, easy-to-grow summer squash varieties? Here are 15 top-performers for the home garden divided into the 3 most popular
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Standard green zucchini and yellow squash can be found almost year-round in the grocery store. But come summer, the markets are flooded with an even bigger variety of squash spanning all shapes, sizes
Learn delicious ways to cook summer squash, plus get tips for growing squash in your summer garden.
Summer squash (also known as vegetable or Italian marrow), is a tender, warm-season vegetable that can be grown throughout the United States anytime during the warm, frost-free season. Summer squas
All About Summer Squash Article - Summer Squash Preparation | Summer Squash Cooking | Tips Summer Squash Squash: The fruits of various members of the gourd family, which fall into two cl
Branch out from only growing zucchini! Growing summer squash is an easy and productive way to incorporate a variety of shapes, colors and sizes into your vegetable garden as well as your kitchen. Choo
Inspired by her grandmother's cornbread dressing and her mother's resourcefulness, Christensen added spaghetti squash to cornbread to create this custardy side. "My
I'm pretty sure that zucchini bread is the whole reason that zucchini exists. The shredded zucchini gives this bread a subtle sweetness and a soft texture.
Adding freshly grated zucchini to the batter yields luxuriously dense, moist results. The frosting sets up quickly, so prepare it after cooling the cakes.
The tender, fine-crumbed texture and bright lemon citrus flavor offer a refreshing change from traditional spiced zucchini breads.
Inspired by the classic potato-and-leek vichyssoise (vihsh-ee-SWAHZ), we added zucchini and gave this recipe our Southern twist with the addition of crisp, crumbled bacon.
These Zucchini Chips are easy to make and are thin, crispy, and irresistible! Did I mention they were healthy, too?
About a year ago we found ourselves in the kitchen of caterer Jennie Cook, grating small mountains of zucchini for an intriguing dish she called zucchini marmalade, or butter. When we finally tasted t