Now that you know more about squash's health benefits, it's time to start cooking! Here are 4 recipes to help you savor winter squash!DELICATA RINGS WITH SAGE
"Prepping delicata is as easy as slicing right through it -- you can eat the skin," Deborah says. "If you prefer, instead of the breadcrumbs and cheese, garnish sauteed rings with chopped parsley and garlic."
"Buy butternuts in bulk so you always have them on hand for this cozy soup. Whole squash remain in good condition for weeks in a cool, dry place."
"You can season and serve spaghetti squash the same way you would pasta," Deborah says. "Think of it as a gluten-free version."
"Cooked kabocha is buttery, sweet and soft, perfect for folding into baked goods or using in savory purees."