Squash, Acorn (ea)
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When cooked, our acorn squash's orange flesh takes on a more tender, nutty flavor. It can be added to stews, curries, risotto, and pasta and pairs especially well with balsamic vinegar and wild mushrooms. We like to halve, bake, and stuff this medium-sized squash with Bolyard's dry-aged beef and Ozark Forest's shiitake mushrooms.
How to store: Make sure squash is dry and wrap loosly in paper towel. Then, store in dark place with air circulation, such as on a lower pantry shelve.