I was wondering in Coles yesterday, as usual doing my groceries shopping, when I come upon this very weird-looking unusual food! Or rather, should I say vegetables, since it's in the vegetable section!!
I was thinking: 'what the heck is that? Looks plastic-ky to me! Like some kinda toy that children play, and when they drop onto the floor it will bounds up! LOL.. Looks like some UFO.. and it can be eaten?' Haha.. I was extremely puzzled by it. The label was written 'yellow squash'. Hmm.. probably I'm a country pumpkin (or rather city rat since if I'm from the country, I would be doing farming and know all these veg)!
Not satisfied with just knowing that it's called yellow squash, I went home to do some search online. It's actually not call yellow squash! This is button squash, or what the proper term should be: pattypan. What a strange name for a strange veg! Quite apt huh.? And, that Coles shouldn't put it in the veg section, cos it's considered to be a fruit scientifically! Cool! And there are many types of squash! Turban squash, sweet potato squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash and many more! Just how many squash are there!!!LOL
Irish, Gaelic orgin. Caoimhin.
1. adorable. 2. gentle one
1 (in Oz) - a walk in the Outback by Aborigines that lasts for an indefinite amount of time. 2 (chiefly British) - an informal stroll among a crowd conducted by an important visitor e.g. a monarch. 3 a walking trip.
Friday, 25 May 2007
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