A mixed box of specialty zucchini and squash. Varieties include Cue Ball Squash, 8 Ball Squash, Paddy Pans, Golden Zucchini, White Zucchini, and Green Zucchini.
Eight Ball Squash
The Eight ball squash is dark green with paler green strokes on the outside with flesh that is white with hues of green. They range in size from one to four inches in diameter. Their flavor is buttery and sweet with nutty accents that evolve with cooking. It’s packed with vitamin A, C, potassium, folic acid, magnesium, and dietary fibers.
Cue Ball Squash
Cue Ball squash is smooth to the touch with a pale green skin and green vertical strokes. The inner flesh is white with light green hues. Their flavor is buttery and sweet with nutty accents that evolve with cooking. They range in size from 2.5-10 centimeters in diameter. It’s packed with vitamin A, C, potassium, folic acid, magnesium, and dietary fibers.
Patty Pan Squash
Pattypan squash is known for its round shallow shape and scalloped edges, resembling a flying saucer. It generally grows in yellow, white, and green varieties with a size that varies between 2 to 3 inches in diameter and are very mild, with a buttery texture. Pattypan squash is often sliced, baked, boiled, or coated and fried until golden brown.