What kind of squash do you use for pie?
No, pumpkin pie is much more common that squash pie. The reason may or may not be related, but since I've made both, I can tell you the a butternut or acorn squash (the kind used for making pie) is far tougher to prepare than a pumpkin. A butter nut or acorn squash is quite delicious baked and eaten right out of it's own shell, while a pumpkin isn't quite as tasty on its own.
To make Garden pie: Use Pastry dough > Pie dish (becomes a Pie shell) Use Tomato > Pie shell (becomes part garden pie) Use Onion > Pie shell (becomes part garden pie) Use Cabbage > Pie shell (becomes uncooked garden pie) Cook on a range (Use Uncooked garden pie > Range). Will either become a garden pie (edible), or burnt pie (non-edible; can be emptied to reuse pie dish).