Celebrate the culture of agriculture & share skills (Growing! Cooking! Eating!)

I've been trying to find new ways to use my spaghetti squash besides as a substitute for the pasta. I plan to make another loaf of my Spaghetti Squash-Orange bread, I've only made one loaf for myself this year.

Anyway, last night I made Spaghetti Squash and eggs for dinner. It is an embarrassingly simple recipe, but really tasty. My husband didn't even complain about eggs for dinner.

The recipe calls for cooked squash. I prepare it by baking it whole. It takes about 20-40 minutes, depending on the size. You can bake it at 350 or in a hotter over, doesn't really matter, which means you can put one in with something else rather than heating the whole over for one little squash. Or bake a few of them and freeze the rest.

You can cook the squash right before you put the dish together, of you can do it ahead of time. If you cook it earlier (even the day before, which is what I did), just heat it in the baking dish so it's hot when you add the eggs. Otherwise the eggs will be done before the squash is hot.

We had this with bread and a salad, but it would make a great brunch dish, too, maybe with some hash browns and even bacon or

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