crookneck squash


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Noun1.crookneck squash - yellow squash with a thin curved neck and somewhat warty skincrookneck squash - yellow squash with a thin curved neck and somewhat warty skin
yellow squash - squash having yellow skin and yellowish flesh and usually elongated neck
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Because we got a late start on planting spring and summer crops, we were thankful for the bed of crookneck squash, sweet banana peppers, yellow pole beans, cucumbers along climbing vines and seed potatoes that grew well enough to harvest.
Bushes Bunches also sells summer squash, green zucchini, yellow zucchini, crookneck squash, onions, carrots, kale, collards, Swiss chard, celery, pickling and English cucumbers, golden and red beets, radishes, dill, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, spinach, arugula, romaine lettuce, red leaf and green leaf lettuce, and red and green tomatoes.
Parmesan squash Saute sliced crookneck squash and red onions with olive oil until golden and tender, then stir in shredded parmesan cheese.
Mauck and colleagues at Penn State uncovered the deception by testing yellow crookneck squash.
The third is colorful mixture of sliced yellow crookneck squash, red Anaheim and Fresno Chiles, and more garlic and yellow onion.
Veggies, in Montana and Idaho you'll find Chile de Arbol, Yellow Crookneck Squash, Gourmet Salad Blend, and La Roma Gold Tomatoes just to name a few.
1 medium crookneck squash, unpeeled, ends trimmed, and cut into 3/8-inch slices
Their bright orange crookneck squash is a good bush variety for outdoor growing, as well as the pure yellow pear tomato.
yellow crookneck squash, very thinly sliced 3 medium yellow tomatoes, cut into wedges 8 oz.
We have already harvested crookneck squash and zucchini, radishes and peppers.
The eggplant vase ($35) is 6 inches tall, the crookneck squash ($30) is 7 inches tall, and the zucchini ($28) about 9 inches.
OTC Bulletin Board: JRSE) announced today the results of a pilot study conducted at the Vegetable Improvement Center of Texas A & M University concerning the effects of magnetized spring water versus regular spring water on the growth and fruiting of yellow crookneck squash.