Musqué de Provence Squash

Cut Squash | Susan Herrmann Loomis - On Rue Tatin

The French adore maple syrup, and they adore Musqué de Provence squash. Most of the maple syrup here comes from Canada, and is a staple on just about every grocery shelf. It is mostly used in savory dishes like this one, since pancakes don’t exist here, particularly for breakfast, and it hasn’t made it to the crêpe repertoire yet. Maybe with our new, americanophile president that will happen!