Winter Squash: A Minor Primer

3 – Crookneck squash © Heather Phelps Lipton

Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck. This variety was developed in the 19th century in Pennsylvania, and is particularly popular in Amish communities. It’s as practical as it is pretty – its long ‘neck’ is filled with buttery, seedless flesh.

Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck. This variety was developed in the 19th century in Pennsylvania, and is particularly popular in Amish communities. It’s as practical as it is pretty – its long ‘neck’ is filled with buttery, seedless flesh.

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