The best place to experience the range of squash options is a farmers market, where you are more likely to encounter lesser-known varieties. Despite their varied appearances, most squash are actually pretty similar on the inside (spaghetti squash is a notable exception). Here is a beginner's guide to the most common winter squashes and how your family can enjoy them in the coming months.You might also like:
A popular variety, acorn squash is readily available at most grocery stores. As the name suggests, this squash is shaped like an acorn with a dark green skin and yellow flesh.