Canada Crookneck Squash
The Canada Crookneck Squash is a bottle-shaped winter squash with a curved neck, weighing between two and four pounds. The interior flesh is creamy and not at all stringy, with an excellent sweet and nutty flavor. It is an ancestor of the modern Butternut squash and is cultivated in New England and the Northeast. Currently, there is only one remaining commercial source of seed, making this variety highly endangered.
Please join us from now until the end of March @ Town Center Market, 4705 Queensbury Road, Riverdale Park, MD on Thursdays from 3pm to 7pm. (more...)
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