More Squash? No, Thanks.

We have squash coming out our butts. We're into our third week of farm-fresh produce and we've gotten armfuls of squash every week so far. Trust me, it's a lot of freakin' squash.

Week 1: ZUCCHINI, YELLOW SQUASH, PATTY PAN SQUASH, asparagus, strawberries, and green onions

Week 2: ZUCCHINI, YELLOW SQUASH, cucumbers, broccoli, strawberries, romaine lettuce, green peas, green onions

Week 3: That's right, ZUCCHINI, YELLOW SQUASH, broccoli, strawberries, cucumbers, green onions, beets, a couple different kinds of spring lettuces, cabbage

We've grilled squash. We've sauteed squash. We've baked squash. Daniel made a squash and rice dish with cumin and onions. And I made some kind of cheesy squash casserole. I think we're to the point where we may end up shredding some of the zucchinis and freezing them for future zucchini bread endeavors.

While most of the produce I'm loving - especially the strawberries, broccoli and lettuces - I am tired of SQUASH. Please, No. More. Squash.


Terah Lynn said...

Whoa...it may be time to "squash" the Squash!

Daniel said...

There are some things we still have not tired...squash pie, squash ice cream....squashloaf....there are options

mom said...

squash. the name itself doesn't call to mind a yummy vegatable. when i think of squash i think of what i do to scary, creepy, unwanted bugs in my house. i'm sure the name must stem from a very pleasurable attribute of the vegatable. i would be curious to know. Cathryn, maybe you and Daniel could look in to the origin of the name "squash" and let me know what you find out. i think freezing some of it is a real good idea.

cathryn said...

yeah, I'll get right on that, mom :)