Garden Disclosure

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White Scallop Squash: “We come in peace.”

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  1. lol 😉 ❤

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  2. :0 ❤ Couldn't resist. It's an invasion!

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  3. That’s great. A chuckle first thing this morning. They look good and tasty.

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  4. They are super yum, but I wish blog readers lived closer. LOL, I will need that extra freezer in the blue house soon!

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  5. Posted by cocomel on August 16, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    Haha invasion jumped into mind front and center . . .first !

    Perhaps they are faerie ships ! ! ! 🙂

    I have found them to be be quite delicious too, with a little firmer texture compared to zuccs and yellow summers.

    no doubt you have something in mind for them

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  6. Posted by sky on August 16, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    Ha, ha! A chuckle a day helps keep the doctor away!

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  7. I’d be knocking on your door. Bag in hand I’d glad pay you Thursday for some squash today. Lol

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  8. Posted by manyhahama1955 on August 16, 2015 at 6:39 pm

    LOL! hahahateeheehee! I love it! : )

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  9. Posted by Linda on August 16, 2015 at 8:15 pm

    Too funny! John and I decided we’re definitely planting these next year. Wish we lived closer – I’d love to try one.

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  10. Mel, I chopped and froze several of them, then chopped two more and put them in with fresh bell peppers, onion, fresh tomato, garlic, two dried jalepeno peppers from 2013, some ginger, and red Thai curry seasoning. We had this soup for dinner after having leftover squash-chick pea-quinoa veggie burgers for lunch. Both were yum! The “zucchini” bread bundt cake will happen again soon, because that was a major hit at the neighborhood picnic, even with non-vegans and non-gluten sensitive people (if there is such a thing!). That Sun Oven makes everything taste better.

    I also gave away five squash … two to a student and three to a friend of ours in town from Mishawaka. There’s more where those came from!

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  11. Oh, yes, laughter IS the best medicine, eh? Certainly the most fun!

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  12. LOL, Dawn!

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  13. ❤ Sophia

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  14. That’s great, Linda! If they’re still producing when you’re here in September, you might just get your wish. 🙂 If not, I’m sure some other curcubit will rise to the occasion. OMG, another gallon of pickles fermenting, too!

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  15. HAHAHA, love it!!! 😀

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  18. […] White scallop squash (peeled zucchini or yellow squash might also work, but we love the white scallop squash) […]

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