In Season: Like other hard-shelled winter squash, spaghetti squash is harvested in the early fall. It keeps for months in cool storage, so it's available in markets throughout the winter and spring.What to Look For: Mature spaghetti squash is oblong in shape with a creamy-yellow shell. Choose firm squash that's free of soft spots and feels heavy for its size.How to Store: Uncut spaghetti squash keeps well in a cool, dry place for up to one month.
You can't have too many zucchini, truly, because this is one versatile vegetable (okay, it's technically a fruit, but we treat it as a vegetable). It can be sauteed, fried, grilled, roasted, or even pickled and stars in some really delicious baked dishes. Do try our recipes.