Musquee De Provence Hybrid(unconfirmed)
This yellow-orange squash has a smooth texture and works well in soups–perhaps in place of butternut squash. It’s got a grey-ish haze to its orange color and the shapes are usually short and squat.
Similar to the Red Kuri and Buttercup varieties, this yellow-orange squash has a smooth texture. Heisler suggests using it as an alternative to butternut squash in pureed soups. Flavorful and light when baked, it’s also good in pies, bread and muffins.