Help! Need to know what to do with mutant squash from garden!
My daughter decided that she was going to plant a garden this year and one of the plants she purchased was a yellow squash plant. Unbeknownst to her, this plant was not marked correctly and we now have several school bus yellow, bumpy, crooked neck squash sitting in our kitchen begging for attention. Since her zucchini plant also turned out to be an eight-ball squash plant, she has vowed to only plant things that she started from seeds.
I have been successful in using the eight ball squash as a substitute for zucchini so none of my loved ones have been denied their fair share of zucchini baked goods, along with multiple meals with fresh squash served in many ways.
Unfortunately, I am at a loss as to what to do with this new bounty from her garden and was hoping that my fellow Wooters could guide me in how to use it. Can you cook and eat it or is it just used as a decorative gourd? Any insight on what to do with these would be most appreciated!