Tell me your best-tasting, long-storing winter squash
I love growing winter squashes, particularly for their storage abilities, and they're pretty too. I've only previously done Butternut and had reasonable success.
This year I tried "Golden Hubbard" and had one for dinner last night. No lie, I cut it with a DeWalt 18 volt reciprocating saw, which by the way, I would recommend to anyone else trying to crack one of these things open.
It was barely tolerable to eat. I think maybe it still wasn't ripe as the few seeds in it were small and immature-looking.
Anyway, it got me to thinking I should pay alot more attention to taste than looks. The Golden Hubbards do make a stunning seasonable Fall display. But I have read here and there that their taste isn't so good, even when fully ripe.
So... what super-tasty winter squashes are out there? Buttercups? Sugar Hubbard? Banana Pink?
I don't want to plant anymore stinkers.