see squash; winter melon
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Even though winter is in full swing, there are still plenty of delicious fresh fruits to be had.
Citrus is a wintertime staple and can add a fresh zing to any brunch table. Here's an inventive way to feature it in all of its sweet glory.
A cold winter day is the perfect time to get organized after the holidays!
The possibilities are endless with these flavorful and hearty winter vegetables.
Cooking butternut squash, with its hard, thick shell, can seem daunting. But it’s easy to prepare this orange-fleshed winter staple once you learn a few simple tips. Use butternut squash in soups and pasta dishes, or just serve it baked in its shell with a pat of butter and a drizzle of honey. Cook butternut squash by baking, microwaving or roasting.
Sure, you could enjoy it roasted plainly in olive oil or blended into soup, but why limit yourself? This kitchen superstar jumps from sweet to savory so effortlessly that the only hard part is deciding how to eat it.