Ronde de Nice
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Oooh laa laaa…This heirloom variety hails from Nice in the Region Provence of southern France and its name literally translates to 'round from Nice'. These gourmet squash have a rich, almost creamy texture, and their flavor is more complex than your average squash - a little nutty and a dash sweeter.
Cooking these round beauties brings out their best. They are superb grillers, and can also be stuffed - with themselves! Spoon out the delicious insides, sauté it up quickly with cheese, pancetta, pine nuts, peppers or tomatoes - whatever you desire - then add back into their skins and bake them for a bit in the oven. The resulting cheesy, creamy, squashy ball of warm goodness will make you forget all about last winter's butternuts - even if you still have some on your shelf.
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NOT YOUR AVERAGE CARROTS
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