What to do with small unripe hubbard squashes besides pickling?
My hubbard squash plant went into a frenzy this month and produced at least a dozen new squashes that will never survive the first frost (which should be soon). I plucked them all to give the few bigger squashes a fighting chance. They are darling little unripe golf balls, quite tender to cut into but not that squashy orange color, i.e., not ripe. I'm thinking of slicing thin and pickling. Any other suggestions?