|Step one: find yourself a very sharp knife.|
|Caaarefully open the hubbard; the skin is tough (but edible & full of fiber!)|
|Squish around the seeds, scoop em out, and set aside for roasting. Now your squash is ready to bake.|
Bake your squash at 400 degrees for about 40 minutes, or chunk it into cubes for soup. Many people will put the squash face down in a pan with water, so that the squash cooking via steaming and does not burn. Did you know that most canned “pumpkin” is really hubbard squash? That’s because hubbards tend to be sweeter & more flavorful than most pumpkins. Feel free to leave a comment with your favorite winter squash recipe!