|Baby butternut squash and tatume squash (both vining)|
Tromboncino squash was my first venture into this: this link brings up all sorts of posts around growing squash from past posts.
But I think what I'm currently growing are my favorites: a baby butternut squash (from Renee's Garden Seeds) --a C. moschata selection and Tatume squash (from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds or Botanical Interests).
Tatume is a C. pepo selection traditionally grown in Mexico, as I remember. It's a vining type that's very resistant to squash vine borers.
Both are delicious.
The baby butternuts (harvested at two-three inches long) taste like a mild version of their mature version, with a lovely soft texture. I may let some mature this year, thanks to a August gardening break, and see how they do.
Tatume squash are much more summer squash-like in taste and texture, but to be squash vine borer resistant. Magic. It's hard not to like that, here in the Southern U.S.!