Martians in my garden

Martians in my garden

All of my vegetables are doing great, including my sweet Caspian Pink tomato that is recovering from being broken in a storm. (Thank you!!!!) However, last night, I discovered Martians in my garden. I've been growing what was supposed to be a cantaloupe. It's been blooming for at least two weeks, and still no baby melons. What I found instead are scallop/patty cake squash. Apparently someone switched the tags at the nursery. When I saw the first one (there's one ready to harvest and a baby), I thought it was an old sock or something, then I thought it was a giant fungus. Then I realized it was attached to my melon plant, and it took several minutes for me to accept it wasn't a melon plant, but this odd squash. So I'm half heartbroken and half excited. I'm not a big lover of squash, but I've never had one of these, so it's going to be fun finding recipes to try to make it tasty. But I'm sort of sad because for so long, I've been looking so foward to a bite of fresh melon. Oh well, at least the peaches are in season now, and I can go to the orchards and eat those until I drop. Anyone have tips about these squash? (I had to google them to figure out what this was)
Muchoo help needed puh-lease. **UPDATED**

Muchoo help needed puh-lease. **UPDATED**

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