Butternut Squash

limblips

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I haven't been following this thread because butternut squash can only be discussed so much. Today I noticed there were 17 pages of comments so I checked it out. You pervs have not disappointed! Thanks for the laughs.

Now along the squash topic. They are hard to find locally, I would try the Amish and the higher end purveyors but my favorite squash is a Hubbard. There are a few varieties my favorites are the green or blue. The shell is like iron so rather than try to cut it I drop it on the corner of the brick steps. Break it into chunks and steam to soften the meat and scoop it off the shell. Here's a few recipes< https://www.yummly.com/recipes/hubbard-squash

A real upside to a Hubbard for some of you is that it doesn't look like a Richard.
 

SailorGirl

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I haven't been following this thread because butternut squash can only be discussed so much. Today I noticed there were 17 pages of comments so I checked it out. You pervs have not disappointed! Thanks for the laughs.

Now along the squash topic. They are hard to find locally, I would try the Amish and the higher end purveyors but my favorite squash is a Hubbard. There are a few varieties my favorites are the green or blue. The shell is like iron so rather than try to cut it I drop it on the corner of the brick steps. Break it into chunks and steam to soften the meat and scoop it off the shell. Here's a few recipes< https://www.yummly.com/recipes/hubbard-squash

A real upside to a Hubbard for some of you is that it doesn't look like a Richard.
How is that a plus?
 
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