Last night in a rare time that my husband was home, we decided to cook one of our spaghetti squash for dinner. I was busy moving some boxes up to my studio so when I heard him make some noise as I shut the door I decided to let it be. Turns out he was all excited about this—-a seed had sprouted inside of the squash! We gardeners are easily entertained!
Spaghetti squash is great to have on hand and lasts a long time. We harvested these back in late May/early June. Paired with some faux ground beef (being as I am vegetarian and Chris tries to eat veggie while at home) and our homemade spaghetti sauce, this makes a great meal. It is amazing how quickly the squash fills us up too—no endless bowls for us like when eating regular pasta.