Marina di Chioggia Gnocchi
Black Futsu averaged 1.5 to 2 lbs and they were subtly sweet. The vines trailed about 15 feet and the plants produced a least 3 mature squash. These squash also don't need to cure for long, when they turn a rich tan color they're ready to use.
Greek Sweet Red was the last squash I planted for my 2010 trials and it was the most prolific of all the varieties of winter squash I've grown. The vines trailed nearly 40 feet and produced 2 to 6 squash per vine ranging from 4 to 8 lbs. The Greek Sweet was as sweet as the Kikuza but had a distinctive pumpkin flavor - they'll be great for making pumpkin pie during the holidays.
Black Futsu, Greek Sweet Red and Sweet Kikuza seeds are available at Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.