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How to handle a big squash

Fine Cooking Issue 95
Photos: Scott Phillips
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So, you’ve decided to make the Roasted Hubbard Squash Soup with Hazelnuts & Chives, and you’re wondering, “How exactly do I crack into this enormous squash?” Here’s how, according to contributor Ivy Manning.

Prick the squash several times with a fork and microwave for 3 minutes; it will soften slightly, making it easier to cut open. Or bake the whole squash directly on the rack in a 350ºF oven until slightly softened and the skin begins to change color, about 10 minutes.


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