Our CSA offered winter share which lasted for about 2 months ended in the middle of January. It was the second year we had winter share. Last year, our CSA farmer was only experimenting this winter growing; but I must say that she did it very well. This year, we got much more winter vegetables than we did last year. Since I was visiting my family in Indonesia most of the winter share time, hubby only bought half share. There were some people preferred half share also, so hubby picked up the veggies every other week. I like this idea better than getting half box of veggies every week. Although it's only a half share, the amount of veggies was too much for a single person. Everytime I asked him over the phone what he ate, he said, "a loottt of this and that vegetables, especially carrots". I anticipated seeing his skin turning orange because of the plentiful carrots he ate.
Getting back from my vacation, I saw three winter squashes on our kitchen counter and one served as the centerpiece for our dining table. Yeah, he left some vegetables for me because he didn't know what to do with them. So, one cold day, I roasted the biggest one and had it for dinner. We didn't know what kind of winter squash that was, but it was kinda bland. I expected rich and sweet taste like the taste of butternut squash, but it wasn't. So the next day, I pureed it and made soup from it, and it was good. The best part was actually the roasted seeds. I will definitely make this soup again.