Roasted Patty Pan Squash with Sage, Florida Meyer Lemon Juice, and Capers

Patty pan squash has such beautiful color, and bold contrasting patterns of dark green and bright yellow.  We cook the smaller, baby patty pans whole, but the large ones have radial lines that go from tip to tip and almost dare us to cut them using those lines as guides. Like its cousins, zucchini and yellow squash, the mildly flavored patty pan squash is a type of Summer Squash. They pair … Continue reading Roasted Patty Pan Squash with Sage, Florida Meyer Lemon Juice, and Capers

Roasted Butterkin Squash and Sage Puree

Butterkin squash may look like baby pumpkins inside and out but they’re really a variety all their own.  They are a winter squash that tastes closer to acorn squash or butternut squash than pumpkin.  Roast them in the oven with a little butter, brown sugar, sage, salt, and pepper.  It’s amazing! This is part of  “A Florida Family Farm Thanksgiving“, a collaboration of Worden Farm with … Continue reading Roasted Butterkin Squash and Sage Puree