Wordless Wednesday: Gold from a Grey Ghost

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Ghost Squash
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Ghost Squash


summary: grey ghost pumpkin; only $3 (!!) at the Peterborough Farmers’ Market; tough shell; hammers aren’t just for nails…; enough squash for several dinners; not as rich as butternut but still delicious; great for squash and walnut lasagne; squash and ginger soup; kitchen window in the autumn; at the request of the farmer, who like me, prefers savoury pumpkin dishes, we did NOT make pie; a Wordless Wednesday post

Ghost Squash
Squash and Walnuts
soup and pistou

 

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  • Barbara M

    Those grey pumpkins give me the shivers. I don’t recall seeing them so prevalent outside stores in the past. Sometimes there were hardly any orange pumpkins (maybe because sensible people had already bought up the orange ones).