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Rare heirloom variety. Originally cultivated by the Cherokee Indians
in the Appalachian Mountains of the southeastern portion of the United
States. It is still most often grown in parts of northern Georgia, North
Carolina, and Tennessee.
Like many of the winter squashes enjoyed in America, this one
continues to be cultivated because of seeds provided by Native
Americans. The North Georgia Candy Roaster Squash is part of a group of
candy roaster squashes that were all cultivated by the Cherokee and vary
in shape from oblong to round.
Smooth and sweet. Becomes sweeter with time.
Substitute in recipes that use
winter squash or sweet potato. This squash can be fried, baked, or
roasted. Make into a purée and use like you would puréed pumpkin in
breads, pies, or pasta dishes.
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