The squash still looms over me from the top of the fridge today. What to do with it? The truth is I am not going to eat it, especially when I am typically having spinach salads with radishes and chives.
The food dehydrator is a great tool. I will puree this squash, spread it out on a plastic sheet and dehydrate it. Dehydrated squash is a great addition to soups and stews...and it doesn't go bad.
My CSA farm is running low on supplies of stocked up fruits and veggies, as evidenced by the latest box. I received lots of grain products: 2 loaves of bread, 2 bags of oats. Greens and grains primarily is the theme.
This works. A great lunch at this time of year is a sandwich containing hummus and leftover greens from dinner the night before. Add a home-pickled beet from last fall and you have something truly special.