Offbeat pumpkins are stealing the spotlight from ordinary varieties
Thomas J. Story
Origin: An heirloom from Chioggia, Italy; also called sea pumpkin but most commonly sold as ‘Marina di Chioggia’.
Design cred: Knobby blue-green skin has frosty highlights.
Can you eat it? You definitely should! It’s delicious cut into wedges, drizzled with olive oil, seasoned with salt and herbs, and roasted until tender.