…was delicious! I used our home grown leeks and butternut squash to go with the first cut of this Tahitian melon. I wanted to eat this one early as it was in the worst condition and, probably, wouldn’t store well. I happened upon this squash soup recipe and we like it very much. Thank you, “A Feast for the Eyes!” We added just a few drops of fresh lime juice on each serving. Mmm! We found Tahitian melon to be not quite as sweet as butternut squash and it has a stringier texture. It will feed many and for a long time! Fortunate for us, it doesn’t seem to mind sitting on the counter for over a week as you carve away at it. It is easy to grow and is not bothered by squash vine borers. One very satisfying meal, five to go!