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  • I spoke to one of the Tonnemakers last week and they told me that the Jarrahdale (cucurbita maxima, not to be confused with Fairytale) is an England native, relative of the kabocha and it is supposed to be sweet (not as much as butternut) and stringy.

    Farmers Markets

  • I spoke to one of the Tonnemakers last week and they told me that the Jarrahdale (cucurbita maxima, not to be confused with Fairytale) is an England native, relative of the kabocha and it is supposed to be sweet (not as much as butternut) and stringy.

    Taste: Organic Jarrahdale Squash

  • I spoke to one of the Tonnemakers last week and they told me that the Jarrahdale (cucurbita maxima, not to be confused with Fairytale) is an England native, relative of the kabocha and it is supposed to be sweet (not as much as butternut) and stringy.

    Taste: Organic Jarrahdale Squash

  • I spoke to one of the Tonnemakers last week and they told me that the Jarrahdale (cucurbita maxima, not to be confused with Fairytale) is an England native, relative of the kabocha and it is supposed to be sweet (not as much as butternut) and stringy.

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • At ego misera patre meo seniorem maritum nacta sum, cum cucurbita calviorom et quovis puero pumiliorem, cunctam domum seris et catenis obditam custodientem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Indeed, it is a member of the cucurbita family from whence comes cucumbers, squash, melons and gourds.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Eating Bitter, Part One: An Introduction to the Bitter Melon

  • The use of naked seed in cucurbita pepo as a source of high quality liquid vegetable fat, as a high analysis protein, as a new confection, and as a sandwich spread.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • Thus, preliminary consideration of cucurbita seeds as sources of vegetable oils are promising.

    28 additional technical notes about tropical agriculture

  • The petals of cucurbita were observed in one instance united along two of the corollal sinuses to the staminal column, alternating with the smaller stamina; the processes were produced upwards into petaloid appendages.

    Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

  • Perhaps he made a few notes about the "seeds of the cymbling (cucurbita vermeosa) and squash (cucurbita melopipo)" which he purposed to send to his friend Philip Mazzei, with directions for planting; or even wrote a letter full of reflections upon bigotry in politics and religion to

    Jefferson and His Colleagues; a chronicle of the Virginia dynasty

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  • See cucurbit.

    June 19, 2015