Summer squash are inexpensive and abundant, but little ones can be a little daunted by them. Here, they're whirred into an appealing, pale green soup that strikes the perfect balance between wholesome and yummy. The character of this soup will be determined by what you stir in at the end: buttermilk will make a light and zippy soup, milk a good, mild one, and half and half a rich and creamy one. Served with bread and a salad, it makes a perfect light dinner.
This pretty, open tart pairs sweet squash with sweet onions and melty cheese. Your kids will love that you're having pie for dinner, and you'll love that you found a home for that pretty, nutrient-packed squash. Don't let the dough scare you: it comes together quickly, and rolls out easily into a delicious, flaky crust.
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See what fruits and vegetables come into season during spring, and find recipes that maximize their fresh flavor. In-season fruits and vegetables taste better, and are better for the environment, since produce doesn't have to be shipped all the way from the southern hemisphere. You also have a better chance of finding organic goods, which are better for your family.
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