Unlike winter squashes, such as butternut or acorn, summer squash has edible skin and seeds. The most common summer varieties are yellow squash (also called crookneck), pattypan squash, and
zucchini. Whether you’re gathering them from the backyard or from the supermarket produce bins, choose small, firm squashes
with bright-colored, blemish-free skins.
• Summer Squash, Bacon, and Mozzarella Quiche
• Grilled Summer Squash
• Summer Squash Croquettes
• Mixed Greens Salad
• Potato Salad with Herbs and Grilled Summer Squash