There are plenty of advantages to the cooler weather and chief among them in my book: it’s butternut squash season (second only to boot season). While this ubiquitous squash is available year-round, fall is really prime season. When shopping, look for squash that feels slightly heavy for its size. There should be no bruising or mold on the skin. Be sure to store butternut squash in a cool, dark place and never keep it in the refrigerator.
The following posts pay homage to butternut squash and the varied ways you can use it. Make sure you start with our “how to” on preparing butternut squash. Once you learn the simple techniques from our test kitchen, you can move on to our sweet and savory recipes.
How to Cut and Prepare Butternut Squash
Warm Butternut Squash and Quinoa Salad
Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Soup
Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Risotto with The Vintage Mixer