Originally Posted by akatia82
Well 9 times out of 10 its airy and juicy. Someone once told me it had to do with the ripeness. The jury is still out on that one since I grow it and the same batch can give different results. Thanks for the reply though!
You're welcome akatia82, & welcome to DC.
Since you grow your own (lucky you), I can see where ripeness would have a factor in the end cooking result. Be sure the squash is ripe prior to any cooking method. If you'd like recipes, I have plenty, as I adore sqaush.