How do I know when my squash are ready to be picked? I’ve been asked this question before. Timing when to harvest your yellow squash makes a big difference in the flavor and tenderness of the squash. Leave the squash on the plant too long and you’ll end up with tough skin and squash with […]
Growing summer squash is one of my favorites for my vegetable garden. Summer squashes are pretty hardy and, more often than not, you’ll have more than you can use (but I have shared some recipes at the end of this post). So what is summer squash? Summer squash is a squash grown during the warm […]
Cheesy garlic zucchini bread is a recipe I often make when summer squash are abundant, but it also works just fine with frozen shredded squash. It’s a quick bread recipe, not a yeast bread, so it goes together in a flash. The texture is nice and moist, and the garlic gives it real “pop”. This […]
Zucchini and Summer Squash are very prolific. They are the crop that keeps on giving. It is easy to become overwhelmed by the harvest bounty collected from even a few plants. When you are tired of the baked, sautéed, stuffed, and grilled options, I hope you will consider the many preserving options available to enjoy […]
Most summers our homestead is over run with summer squash. That’s ok because we love it and we can share it with others. Normally, we just saute it and call it good. Then we discovered fried summer sqash patties and all I can say is, we have a new favorite way to cook summer squash.
Yellow squash is one of the easiest veggies to find during the summer months. There are a number of varieties and most will take on the flavor of any herbs and spices mixed with them. This makes squash a fantastic addition to just about any recipe.