Check out the farm stand at the end
of the lane for the fresh produce Jake has to offer this week. Today there was spaghetti squash, acorn squash, hot peppers,
and fresh-picked local apples.
On you honor!
Enjoy the fall beauty!
Sorry, no more tomatoes or sweet corn.
Never had spaghetti squash before? It's nutritious and filling. I cut it lengthwise, scoop
out the seeds, turn it upside down into a rectangular baking dish, add 2 cups of boiling water, and bake for 45 minutes
or so in a 350 degree oven. Time depends on the size. When it cools down slightly, you scoop out the crazy
strands. The other night, I added cottage cheese, parmesan cheese, a little butter, S&P, and peas. It
was a simple weeknight dinner.
Here's a casserole recipe
from Dr. Pompa's website, someone I follow.
Spaghetti Squash Casserole
Courtesy of Meredith Dykstra
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