I just bought a Crenshaw squash from the Amish, but I need some different ways to fix it. They told me they slice it, dip it in flour and fry it in butter. Sounds sort of like a fried green tomato way of fixing it. But I am sure there are other ways to fix it. Any one have any recipes that they have tried and care to share?
We Welcome Strays
When I was young we used to go "skinny dipping"; now we just "chunky dunk"
“The value of doing something does not lie in the ease or difficulty, the probability or improbability of its achievement, but in the vision, the plan, the determination and the perseverance, the effort and the struggle which go into the project. Life is enriched by aspiration and effort, rather than by acquisition and accumulation.”
― Helen Nearing, The Good Life