That's festival, red kuri (I think), acorn, and delicata. Today I bought a butternut. The festival, which may also be called sweet dumpling or carnival (I think), was fantastic! The delicata and red kuri were bland. I read in wikipedia that red kuri gets real sweet when ripe so I think I'll let my second one sit around for a month and then try it. Not sure I'll go for the delicata again. The acorn was very good, definitely a repeat. I've had butternut before, will have that tomorrow and I expect that will be good.
Since I am the ultimate lazy cook, here's how I prepared them: put them in the oven at 300 F for 1 hour and 45 minutes. Head of to exercise class. return, turn off oven, let cool, cut open, remove some of the seedy stuff, leaving the yummy stuff, mix that in with soup. The soup I made last weekend and froze in daily containers. This had beans, tomatoes, some grains, lots of garden/local veggies, and some spices. Oh, I also add some grated ginger and pumpkin pie spice to the mixture. Here's a picture of my daily meals this week. At left is the soup/squash mixture.
At right are "micro-salads." This is a bunch of veggies and fruit chopped in a food processor. This week it was usually romaine lettuce, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, cucumber, kale, apple, pomegranate seeds, orange juice and fruit infused vinegar. Very yummy. Today for a treat I had the same veggies, but mango, strawberries, raspberries, and banana for the fruit. I had these fruits on hand for a fruit salad I made for housemate. As usual, I ate carrots and kohlrabi while preparing.
I might be boring and eat this way for a couple of weeks. That's kind of what I do.