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  Squash (fruit) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Summer squashes, including young vegetable marrows (such as zucchini (also known as courgette), pattypan and yellow crookneck) are harvested during the summer, while the skin is still tender and the fruit relatively small.
Winter squashes (such as butternut, Hubbard, buttercup, acorn, spaghetti squash/vegetable spaghetti and pumpkin) are harvested at the end of summer, generally cured to further harden the skin, and stored in a cool place for eating later.
Generally squash is baked or steamed and mashed; winter squash and pumpkins are often made into a form of custard for pie filling, and butternut squash in particular is often made into soup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Squash_(fruit)   (963 words)

 squash - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about squash
There are two forms of squash: the American form, which is played in North and some South American countries, and the English, which is played mainly in Europe and Commonwealth countries such as Pakistan, Australia, and New Zealand.
In singles squash under the American rules, the court is 10 m/32 ft long and 5.6 m/18 ft 6 in wide.
Squash was first played at Harrow public school in 1817.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /squash   (431 words)

 Squash, All About Squash, Summer Squash and Winter Squash
Acorn and butternut squash are frequently cut in half, baked, and served in the shell.
Squash pulp is also used for pies and may be prepared in casseroles, souffles, pancakes, and custards.
Hubbard squash and other dark-green-skinned squashes should not be stored near apples, as the ethylene from apples may cause the skin to turn orange-yellow.
whatscookingamerica.net /squash.htm   (1632 words)

Squash is native to North and Central America and was used widely by settlers in New England because the fruit of winter type squash stored well and could be eaten well into the winter.
The summer squashes that are so popular in today's garden, crooknecks and straight neck types that were eaten in the immature stage, were selected and developed by the native Indians of North America and were the genetic parents of the squash types grown today.
Squash vine borer (Melittia cucurbitae) is wasp-like with copper-green fore wings and reddish-orange, fl abdomens.
www.uga.edu /vegetable/squash.html   (2928 words)

 Watch Your Garden Grow - Summer Squash
Summer squash differs from fall and winter squash in that it is selected to be harvested before the rind hardens and the fruit matures.
Squash grow rapidly; especially in hot weather and are usually ready to pick within 4 to 8 days after flowering.
Cut the squash from the vine using a sharp knife or pruning shears to avoid damaging the plant.
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu /veggies/ssquash1.html   (2438 words)

 Watch Your Garden Grow - Winter Squash
It differs from summer squash in that it is harvested and eaten in the mature fruit stage, when the seeds within have matured fully and the skin has hardened into a tough rind.
Squash plants should be kept free from weeds by hoeing and shallow cultivation.
Winter squash is planted in the spring, grows all summer and is always harvested at the mature stage in early autumn before the first frost.
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu /veggies/wsquash1.html   (2281 words)

 Crop Profile for Squash in New Jersey
Summer squash are carefully hand harvested in the field and brought into packing barns where they are washed in chlorinated water to remove surface debris and pathogens.
The adult of the squash vine borer is a wasp-like moth having a 1 to 1.5 inch wingspan, with metallic green forewings.
The presence of frass oozing from holes in the stems is an indication of borers in the stems.
www.ipmcenters.org /cropprofiles/docs/NJsquash.html   (7072 words)

If you are only growing one type of squash and there are no other types of squash in the area then seed can be saved with a fairly high degree of genetic purity.
My squash has been producing plenty of male squash blooms which I have been eating as fast as they are produced.
This Italian delicacy, fried squash blooms, is prepared by harvesting partially opened blooms, coated by dipping into a water-flour batter, browning in hot olive oil with a garlic clove (optional) added and serving with lemon.
aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu /plantanswers/vegetables/squash.html   (1338 words)

 Cook's Thesaurus: Squashes & Gourds
Winter squash arrive late in the growing season and they have a long shelf life, so they've long been a staple in winter and spring, when other vegetables are harder to come by.
acorn squash Notes: These are popular because of their small size--one squash can be cut in half and baked to make two generous servings.
Hubbard squash Notes: This variety has tasty flesh, but it's too large for many families to hand and the rind is hard to cut though.
www.foodsubs.com /Squash.html   (883 words)

 Squash Recipes : COLLECTION
I like to take zuchinni, crookneck (yellow), and pattypan (summer) squash, and either layer them with a little garlic, fl pepper, and steam them in the microwave (with a splash of sake for flavor), or sautee them with onions and mushrooms with rosemary and white wine.
Bannana squash also makes a great thickener and sweetener for winter vegatable soups (with cabbage, potatoes, onion, turnip, celery, and whatever else is in the fridge).
You can also slice acorn or butternut squash in half, make a filling of some kind of grain or rice with nuts, cheese, sauteed veggies, maybe some raisins, then stuff the squash halves and bake at 350 until the squash is soft.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~mjw/recipes/vegetables/squash-coll.html   (1085 words)

 World Squash - official site of the World Squash Federation WSF
Squash promoter Satinder Bajwa has reached an agreement with the PSA to retain exclusive rights to the Super Series Squash Finals for a further five years...
The climax of the richest squash event on the PSA Tour lived up to all expectations in the final of the Virtual Spectator Bermuda PSA Masters in Hamilton, Bermuda...
Australia's Natalie Grinham became the indisputable squash star of the 2006 Commonwealth Games after winning gold in the Mixed Doubles and Women's Doubles events – bring her total haul to a record three gold medals..
www.worldsquash.org   (221 words)

 Sun-colored squash brightens the plate
A pureed butternut squash can be seasoned with fresh rosemary, salt, pepper and cream, or wedges of banana squash can be spread with a soy, mustard and ginger glaze; both make delicious side dishes.
A beef and Hubbard squash stew seasoned with fresh thyme, oregano and a little nutmeg or a roasted halibut fillet atop a of bed of diced acorn squash tossed with toasted walnuts and minced rosemary make simple main dishes rich with complex flavors.
Peel the squash and the potatoes and grate them into a bowl using the large holes of a handheld grater or put them though a potato ricer or a vegetable mill.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/chronicle/archive/2005/01/05/FDGCPAJ6AO1.DTL   (2066 words)

 The Mavens' Word of the Day
I was cooking a stuffed acorn squash for my wife for dinner when we got into a discussion about the origin of the word squash.
The verb squash is completely European in origin, whereas the squash that you were so kindly preparing for your wife is distinctly American--Native American, in fact.
Squash comes from the Middle French word esquasser which in turn is from a likely form exquassare in Vulgar Latin.
www.randomhouse.com /wotd/index.pperl?date=20010322   (421 words)

Squash is one of the oldest vegetables around.
The squash does not really have many myths but zucchini was known to the Indians as fruit of the ground.
Squash is easy to get all year around and most produce sections carry it.
putnam.k12.il.us /Squash.htm   (474 words)

 Herts Squash Rackets County Association England UK
The Squash Rackets Association, re-launched as "England Squash" in 2001, was founded in 1928 to take over the administration of the game in Britain from the Tennis and Rackets Association.
The formation of The Women's Squash Rackets Association in 1934, brought into being the two bodies that represented the game in Britain until 1980, when the responsibility for Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales was devolved to autonomous national associations.
The World Squash Federation (WSF), is the central authority for the game throughout the world and is responsible for the rules of the game, the promotion and growth of the game and the promotion and organization of the World Championships which are held BI-annually.
www.herts-squash.org.uk   (1132 words)

 :: Sports :: Squash
Squash: a singles or doubles game played in a 4-wall court with a long-handled racket and a rubber ball that can be hit off any number of walls Squash is an international game that is governed by the World Squash Federation.
Q Squash - News and results regarding squash in Queensland, Australia.
Squash Courts - Comprehensive site with plenty of information regarding squash courts.
www.localadsearch.com /Sports/Squash   (376 words)

 Stanford Squash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Squash highlights of the weekend included Steph Kwok dominating the deciding match against Colby in her first weekend of squash competition, Brooksie playing nearly flawless squash against Tufts, Lizzie scowling her way to victory (4-2 on the weekend), Cate and Ashleigh showcasing their dramatic improvement over last year etc. etc.
On Friday, September 23rd the Stanford squash community gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of a new seven-court squash facility in the Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation.
Following the ceremony, the Stanford squash founding committee attended a dinner for Stanford donors, at which former women's team captain Maisy Samuelson was the only student who spoke.
www.stanford.edu /group/squash   (1751 words)

 Squash BC
At the dinner on Saturday night the Squash BC annual awards were handed out to very deserving recipients.
Squash Canada is pleased to announce the following coach appointments- Andrew Lynn as the Assistant Coach/Team Manager for the 2006 Commonwealth Games and Shauna Flath as the Espoir Women's National Coach more...
The 20/20 Vision Fund was initiated by Squash BC to help protect the growth of Squash and Junior Development in our Province for the future.
www.squashbc.com   (496 words)

 Squash » Blog Archive » AtariBoy and Digg leads the Y-List revolt
Squash noted a week or so ago that AtariBoy had knocked off the Scobleizer after a post on his blog about a MySpace hack shot to the top of Digg.
Squash got Digg’d today, made the front page and we’re #3 Wordpress blog behind AtariBoy and Scoble.
[…] Squash digs into AtariBoy and his ascenion to the WordPress throne: AtariBoy is 21-year-old Andrew Nesbitt, a robotics student studing at Plymouth University in the UK.
squash.wordpress.com /2006/02/08/atariboy-leads-the-y-list-revolt   (2175 words)

A squash veteran of 20 years, captained the Oxford University team in the annual “Blues” match against Cambridge.
She has played in County level squash in England and captained a team that won the Mid-West Regional Club Championship in England this past year.
Jeff was born and raised in the SF Bay area and he enjoys playing squash, golf and hockey.
www.pacclub.com /squash   (294 words)

 Squash (2002)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The game escalates from "fun" to fairly high stakes, as both players demonstrate that squash is a mental game, not just a physical game.
Basically a man goes to play a game of squash against his boss...and it soon develops into a physiological mental game of lies, deceit, bluffs, wits, careers, goals, and challenges.
The conversations goes for work, to competition, to life, to lovers, and is a game of good versus evil that metamorphosis from a friendly game into a struggle that brings out the best and worst aspects of each player.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0341588   (325 words)

 squash - Wiktionary
The long-neck squash is called Cucurbita verrucosa, the Barbary or China squash, C. moschata, and the great winter squash, C. maxima, but the distinctions are not clear.
Not yet old enough for a man, nor young enough for a boy; as a squash is before 't is a peascod.
A sudden fall of a heavy, soft body; also, a shock of soft bodies.
en.wiktionary.org /wiki/Squash   (171 words)

A couple of posts in the comments on that post (which are really great reading btw, Squash readers rock) make the same argument including Gabe from memeorandum.
Was it me or did every single blog in the universe just take advantage of the fact that now that any one can publish it means that we all have the means and wherewithall to prove just how not funny and unimaginative we are.
Squash has quit our job and is now working for the opposition.
squash.wordpress.com   (5343 words)

 U.C. Berkeley Squash Club
Squash is a fast paced sport that requires endurance, speed, balance and guts.
He is a nationally ranked squash player, USSRA certified squash coach and Cal alum.
Cal squash is currently sponsored by Black Knight and Dunlop.
www.calsquash.com   (1009 words)

 SQUASH ONTARIO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
These two gentlemen, tremendous supporters of squash in Ontario and Canada, were recognized at the 2006 Sport Awards, an event sponsored by the Ontario Government, Ministry of Health Promotion.
Jon and Doug were nominated by Squash Ontario for the Corporate Citation.
Developed by Squash Ontario as part of its Trillium program, this comprehensive junior club program manual contains valuable information of starting a program, keeping it going and making it better.
www.squashontario.com   (149 words)

Squash Auckland covers from Warkworth in the North to Te Kauwhata down South.
Squash NZ (who maintains the Grading List) have been advised and they will be updating the Searchable Grading List shortly.
Taupo Squash club is seeking for a realable person to cover the Club Manager position.
www.squashauckland.org /artman/publish/index.shtml   (663 words)

 Squash - Learning Music Player - Summary [Savannah]
Squash uses statistics to determine songs to play automatically.
Squash also avoids picking the same song twice.
Thus Squash is like a radio station that plays the songs you like -- and you don't even have to call in requests!
savannah.nongnu.org /projects/squash   (142 words)

 Melissa's Produce, Fruit & Vegetable Information  - Sweet Dumpling Squash
Sweet Dumpling Squash is known as a Winter Squash.
Unlike summer squash (which are picked when immature and skins are tender), Winter Squash have hard, thick skins and only the flesh is eaten.
The deep yellow to orange meat is firmer than summer squash and requires longer cooking.
www.melissas.com /catalog/index.cfm?Product_id=354&Info=YES   (302 words)

 SquashLive: The World's Finest Squash DVDs and Videos, by Jean DeLierre
Have been hassling you over the past few years getting all the footage your team has put together - and wanted to take this opportunity to congratulate you on such impressive job you are doing.
The professionalism and dedication you guys have shown in giving the best possible quality and accuracy in putting over our great game of squash to the world is not matched by any other squash producer.
I will continue to direct the squash public to your website in order for the squash world to see what a fantastic job you are doing.
www.squashlive.com   (400 words)

 Squash - .   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Zambia's squash maestro Robby Lingashi is at the peak
Squash sport and squash rules (for squash raquet sports) guide by Liz Irving and Alan Murray; the guide to squash, squash coaching and squash rules.
The oldest Squash Association in the world is planning to celebrate with a Centennial Squash Ball while inducting the...
www.sports-directory.us /dir/34/1.php   (1880 words)

A community of squash players in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
News and results regarding squash in Queensland, Australia.
Practical squash and sports information for people who want to participate.
w3.jdsport.com /dir/Squash/index-2-65-0-0-0-.html   (224 words)

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