We're back now! And, we have a new squash to review for you: Butternut Squash!
|$1.50... Is that a lot of that money stuff or not? I don't know, but I think you should buy it!|
So what is a Honeynut Squash anyway? We looked it up, and it turns out that Honeynut Squash is a variety of Butternut Squash that is crossed with buttercup squash. It turns out that a plant breeder at Cornell University created this new variety, which "fits in the palm of your hand and has about ten times the sweetness and squash flavor of the workaday butternut."
As with regular butternut squash, we can eat this 2-4 times per week, and shouldn't be fed the stalk, seeds or stem. Since this variety is bred to be sweeter than regular butternut squash, you should probably feed it to us less often (say, 2 times per week).
|I'm willing to share, but please stay on your side of the plate, Broccoli!|
|Hey! This is clearly not respecting the boundaries I established! Food in my mouth is clearly not on your side of the plate!|
|Walking onto the plate isn't very respectful of boundaries, either! You're really not good at following instructions. Please work on that!|