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Bob Loblaw | Aug 4, 201005:40 PM     12

Greetings all -
My gf and I were up in Massachusetts this past weekend, and were able to buy some squash blossoms at a farmers market.
I had some fun cooking them up - not that I knew what I was doing. I've never actually eaten them, just seen them on Iron Chef. But they were pretty good.

We'd like to try them some more, either cooking them or in restaurants. Any recs? Farmers markets near center city or NW philly that have them? Restaurants that serve them?

LaBan's review of El Rey mentioned a quesedilla with them. Hoping to try that soon - but would really like to find them stuffed, and either fried or baked.
thanks!
-charles

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