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Thanks and great cooking! Comments are always welcome and appreciated.
The squash that looks like a question mark. Tastes great when its homegrown.
According to The Nibble magazine, the term "Squash" comes from the native American word "askutasquash" which means "a green thing eaten raw."
For this webisode we picked the squash right out of a garden and cooked them up. Awesome.