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    I have veggies I buy frozen, but usually, we (I) go through it quick enough and I can get it cheap enough that fresh is a better deal. The selection at HEB kinda blows, too. They have half a freezer row on one side for frozen veggies, including corn and frozen fruit. The rest of that side is potato products.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    That sounds good. Nothing beats homemade dressing. Are we talking yellow squash or others? Spaghetti squash is kick ass if you can find it for a reasonable price.
    I was thinking summer squashes (yellow, zuke, calabaza, etc.) Wasn't big on spag squash when I had it, I need to give it another shot. I also need to give acorn and turban squah another shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    I was thinking summer squashes (yellow, zuke, calabaza, etc.) Wasn't big on spag squash when I had it, I need to give it another shot. I also need to give acorn and turban squah another shot.

    Hmm...at one time I had a kick ass calabaza soup recipe. I need to see if I can dig it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Hmm...at one time I had a kick ass calabaza soup recipe. I need to see if I can dig it up.
    I have a GREAT tomatillo stew recipe I need to dig out.
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    The family likes spaghetti squash, I don't. I'm really not a fan of squash unless its zuke or yellow. What is calabazza squash? Is it native to you guys in the SW or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    The family likes spaghetti squash, I don't. I'm really not a fan of squash unless its zuke or yellow. What is calabazza squash? Is it native to you guys in the SW or what?

    It's south american if I remember correctly. I like zuke and yellow squash but not when they get too soft, which seems to happen far too easily if I get distracted while cooking.

    Naiad...tomatillo stew...that sounds great. Find the recipe
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    It's south american if I remember correctly. I like zuke and yellow squash but not when they get too soft, which seems to happen far too easily if I get distracted while cooking.
    That would be why I haven't seen it up here then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    That would be why I haven't seen it up here then.
    I think the reason is that Ohio just straight up sucks. Move already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    The family likes spaghetti squash, I don't. I'm really not a fan of squash unless its zuke or yellow. What is calabazza squash? Is it native to you guys in the SW or what?
    OH CRAP, I was using the wrong term.
    The calabaza is a gourd shaped and colored squash. I was refering to another one, and I can't remember the word for it. It's another Mexican squash, looks kinda like a zuke/ eggplant hybrid, but it's light green and speckled or veined, about the length of a zuke.
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    Hmmm...that one I don't know.
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