October 14, 2020
Earlier this month Franco Fubini, founder and CEO of Natoora, joined us for an exclusive ZOE webinar to discuss the importance of biodiversity for both our own health and the health of our planet. If you missed the live webinar, you can view it on demand here.
Franco founded Natoora in 2004 in a bid to restore flavour, transparency and seasonality to a broken food system. Since then he has created a growing community that connects responsible growers and their seasonal produce with the most influential chefs in London, Paris and New York. Committed to seed selection, traditional growing techniques and exceptional flavour, Franco is driving a food system revolution that elevates the growing artistry of committed producers to its rightful place.
Franco has kindly shared his recipe for honeynut squash, passion fruit and burnt butter soup with us - the perfect recipe to warm you up as the weather cools down. Honeynut is an incredible squash that packs concentrated sweetness and beta-carotene into a single-serving squash with a flavor like no other. This little squash is bred by Dan Barber and his team at Row 7 Seeds, and is sourced by Natoora in both the US and UK.
If you aren't able to get your hands on honeynut squash, you can use any other type of good roasting squash in this recipe, including the delica, koginut or Thelma Sanders varieties.
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