Female squash blossoms have a thick stem, and males have a thin one. You can cut the flowers into strips and sprinkle them over black bean soup for a pretty contrast.
Female squash blossoms have a thick stem, and males have a thin one. You can cut the flowers into strips and sprinkle them over black bean soup for a pretty contrast. Barbara Damrosch For the Washington Post
Female squash blossoms have a thick stem, and males have a thin one. You can cut the flowers into strips and sprinkle them over black bean soup for a pretty contrast. Barbara Damrosch For the Washington Post

Edible squash blossoms add a burst of beauty to dinner

July 13, 2016 4:41 PM