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October 28, 2008

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Wizzy

You want it even more half ass? Cut that puppy in half, de-seed, plop the halves on a plate upside down and stick that sucker in the microwave for about 15 minutes.

Scoop it out of the shell, flavor any way you like, and eat.

I just saved you 30 minutes. You're welcome. :)

Rayn

Oh my! I love squash!! Love it. I will try this recipe.

MommyTime

We love to saute onion and garlic in olive oil, add a few fresh tomatoes, roughly chopped, and a big glug of white wine, cook till juicy, and then stir that into steamed spaghetti squash with the salt, pepper, and parmesan. Yummmmm.

mamalang

I'm with Wizzy...we never bake it, that's too healthy and takes too long. We cover it with plastic wrapo after taking any seeds out, Nuke it, and move on. My picky teenager LOVES this.

Half Assed Kitchen

I like the microwave idea too! Thanks for mentioning it. Though I'm strictly against using plastic wrap in one.

Michelle

Oooh, sounds yummy!

TwoBarkingDogs

One of my favorite squash meals!

leslie

This is what we are eating tonight, can't wait!

kcinnova

I think I love you. I've always nuked (no plastic) but never added anything to my spaghetti squash -- until it gets to the table where I top it with homemade spaghetti sauce. I never dreamed of adding other ingredients. I'll be shopping for produce TODAY!

(a former Seattlite, here from Derfwad Manor)

Stephanie

I saw your turkey tetrazzini recipe, and I saw this squash recipe, and I thought I'd mention that when my friend has an overabundance of squash that she's trying to get rid of, she likes to use squash instead of spaghetti in turkey tetrazzini. I even thought it was pretty good, and I don't like squash. Just an idea for next squash season!

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