What is kabocha squash?
A perfect Fall/Autumn recipe, kabocha squash is a cousin of butternut squash, but sweeter. Some actually use them to make dessert. It is a very nutritious vegetable, rich in beta-carotene and anti-oxidant, low in calories and with no fat. I will slice and cook this kabocha squash in coconut milk which will be on the next video.
Bacon Wrapped Chicken Lollipops
Bacon wrapped chicken lollipops. First you want to prepare your chicken drumsticks and that requires pulling the skin off and cutting the knuckle meat off and trimming away the tendons. Push the meat down on the bone making the meat more plump and hit it with your favorite SPG or just simple salt and pepper and then wrap with bacon and stand up on a wire rack and place on your preheated grill at 350 degrees F. Cook your chicken until the internal temp reaches a minimum of 165 degrees internal but don't be afraid to push it to 185 degrees internal, your chicken will still be very juicy with that bacon wrapped around the lollipops. This is when you decide if you want to add a sauce, give it 10-15 minutes to set and pull your chicken lollipops and let rest for 10-20 minutes. Squash is an easy side that you cut into 2 inch pucks with some slices of onion and oil and season for a veggie basket and add to your grill. I added some bacon chunks to mine and cook at 350 for about 45 minutes
Easy Homemade Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips
In this video, I show you how to make delicious baked zucchini salt and vinegar chips. Disclaimer: The resources and information shared in this video are solely for entertainment purposes and aren’t intended to provide any professional advice.
Jalapeño Popper Spaghetti Squash | Low Carb Meal
This Jalapeño Popper Spaghetti Squash is a spicy and delicious, low carb meal idea! Ingredients: Half a spaghetti squash - bake at 375 for 45mins, Oil, 4oz cream cheese, 2-4 bacon strips, 2 jalapeños , 2 green onions, 1 cup cheddar cheese
How To Grow Different Types Of Squash
Today we are talking about the best ways to grow different types of squash in your own backyard!. Most types of squash grows on vines, if you are short on space there are varieties that grow as a bush. Zucchini, patty pan, and yellow summer squash all tend to grow more like a bush. It is a lot more compact than a vine and can save you a lot of space! Be sure to check the seeds, as there are some vining varieties, although from what I have seen, most tend to be the bush type!
Pollinating Your Squash Plants
Although this is a job for the bees, sometimes they need a little help! There are a few reasons for this, one being that the bees cannot get to or see the flowers (it helps to prune your plant a little), and another being that you may not have enough bees around to help! It is very easy to help the process.
Honeynut Squash super sweet and personal sized and butternut squash
Do you like butternut squash but sometimes think it’s a bit too big? If so, super sweet and personal-sized honeynut squash is here to save the day! If you’ve ever seen a what looks like a tiny version of a butternut squash you’re lucky enough to have spotted a honeynut in the wild! Honeynuts are cousins to butternuts, but trust me when I say, they’re so much better.