I am looking for ways to can Butternut squash. I normally would just place them whole in my basement and use them "fresh" but this year I decided to try a new seed from Gurney's. It is for extra large Butternut squash. They claim that some squash might get to be 35 pounds! I don't have any 35 pounders (thank God!) but I do have several that I think are over 15 pounds each. The squash are also almost all neck with very little area where the seeds would be. These squash are still attached to the plants and will continue to grow until for about another month. Any way, these two squash are too big for my husband and I to eat over the course of several meals, and even at the holidays there will be too much eating off one of the squash and I dont want to waste any. I do not have space in my freezer to freeze them (my first choice) soI am looking for canning options. I do not know which would have better results, chunking it up and canning chunks or cooking and mashing it then canning it. Anyone have any suggestions?