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That is a chioggia beet, I believe, but watermelon radish is also colored similarly.


This appears to be a Japanese pickle mixture, made with daikon radish amount other things, called Furkujinzuke. Fukujinzuke is a mixture of Japanese radish (daikon), lotus root, cucumber and eggplant which are preserved in a soya sauce and sweet cooking wine (mirin) base. The sweet brown or red relish is served as a garnish to Japanese curry (kare raisu)....


This looks like a variation of a tater tot casserole, of which there are many variations.


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My best guess based on your photo is that it's kabocha (aka Japanese pumpkin) (image source). But squashes also hybridize pretty easily, so far as I know, so it could be a random hybrid rather than an established variety. Possibly one derived from kabocha or acorn squash. If you grew this from seed saved from last year's garden squash, it could be that ...

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