Spag Squash - How do you eat yours?
I just discovered winter squash in the last 2 years. Frankly, I've never liked summer squash (except fried with lots of batter) or pumpkin. But I stumbled across butternut, acorn, spaghetti...and I'm hooked! I'm growing Small Wonder spaghetti squash this year (I strongly recommend it, I've already harvested 4 fruits from 2 plants). My favorite way to eat it is to cut it in half, scoop out the seeds, and make a mixture of blue cheese, oregano or other Italian spices, olive, salt, garlic and pepper. Put this in the cavity and make sure to dab it along the top edge, then back at 375 for 45 minutes. My mom, who is very 'meh' about most of my other cooking, loves this and asks me daily if any more are ripe. You can do this with Parmesan cheese to, but we like blue cheese better.
So, how do you cook your spaghetti squash?