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1st One Ball Squash of 2015

IMG_2530Here’s my 1st squash harvest. I picked this little jewel to slice up and put on a pizza.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t taste the squash at all on the pizza because of all the other toppings and seasonings. Oh well, I tried.

Wishing you all a great week!IMG_2530icon3spgrnbgln


My hobby seems to be collecting hobbies and crafts. There's so many things to make and do that I can't focus on one single one for very long at a time. I blog to share my latest craft or thoughts with folks and hopefully get their thoughts and suggestions too.

14 thoughts on “1st One Ball Squash of 2015

    1. Thanks Colleen,
      I’m sorry to hear about your veggies. The heat can definitely mess up a gardening season. Early on we were in a heat wave and thought sure our garden would die out, but fortunately the rains came. I hope you all have a cooling spell soon.

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    1. Thanks Nadine
      The squash are squishy after they’re baked. It’s really a wonder that Squash became such a part of our food-chain considering how squishy they get when cooked. But if done right, they taste so good. 🙂


    1. Hi Dianna,
      I think the crookneck, straight-neck and one ball all tastes similarly delicious… so I asked my husband for his opinion and he said that he prefers the one ball and it has a better taste than the crookneck.
      We both agree that the green round squash have almost no taste at all, that’s why I quit growing them.
      Maybe someday the farmers will grow some ball squash to sell mass market and you’ll get a chance to try it… or you could grow you one or 2 one ball squash vines in your flower beds. That’d be pretty. 🙂


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