The name "squash" is derived from the Narragansett Native American word "askutasquash," which means "eaten raw or undercooked." This winter squash is a well-liked choice for cold-weather recipes like soups, risotto, or gnocchi because of its traditional sweet flavor and rich texture. It is also highly adaptable and may be simply roasted or sautéed to bring out its distinctive flavor. To bring out the nutty taste of winter or summer squash, bake, roast, steam, or water sauté the squash with herbs. Grilling summer squash is another excellent option. Winter squash can be grilled as well, but it is preferable to steam it first to prevent the outside from scorching before the center is done. We offer high-quality squash that is savory and meets your various needs. Our squash has a delicious, traditional flavor that will have you drooling in no time.