Author Topic: Chefs and seed breeders collaborate to create flavorful new foods  (Read 403 times)

Chiu-Ki Chan

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https://www.splendidtable.org/story/collaboration-between-chefs-and-seed-breeders-is-key-to-flavorful-new-foods

Heard this Splendid Table episode on the radio today. Quite a few interesting varieties mentioned.

Cucumber that's not bland
https://www.row7seeds.com/products/7082-cucumber

Squash that changes color when it's ripe so you know when to harvest
https://www.row7seeds.com/products/robins-koginut-squash

Habanada pepper: Habanero minus the burn
https://www.row7seeds.com/products/habanada-pepper

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I know a lot of people like larger squash but I really liked the description of those smaller ones at row7seeds. Have some in my seed box right now. I'll be adding them into my winter squash mix this year. I like cooking a whole squash and eating it all in a single meal and I really like growing them off the ground on trellises or even in the trees.