Tender, Delicious Scalloped White Bush Pan Patty Squash

Food, Plants
[caption id="attachment_20657" align="alignright" width="440"] 8-1/2" Squash - Photo July 2018.[/caption] In the Southeast United States, yellow crookneck, yellow straight-neck, butternut, acorn, and zucchini are prominently grown squashes. Less frequently seen is one squash that surpasses all other squashes. At least that is so for some of us. What squash? The tender, delicious, and considerably different scalloped white bush pan patty squash. Special? Bush Pan Patty Squash? The bush pan patty squash truly is different. It’s surpassingly tender if picked at the optimal time; almost all of the squash is eaten—none of it gets wasted. The optimal size is generally about 4-1/2 inches diameter. Cooked at that time, even the skin and seeds can be eaten. In fact, they contribute to the texture of the squash. However, I have eaten them…
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