The Dame and the Spaghetti Squash

Once upon a time, there was a hungry dame with a spaghetti squash. She heard her stomach growl and thought to herself,”I’d better eat this spaghetti squash before my stomach eats itself.” So she preheated her over to 400˚F and placed the spaghetti squash on the counter.

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So she took a very sharp knife and cut it in half as if she were a ninja.

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“HIYAH!” She cut the spaghetti squash right in half.

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Then she took a spoon and scooped out all of the seeds so they wouldn’t grow in her belly if she swallowed them. (They don’t actually grow in your belly if you swallow them).

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She heard a voice from heaven say “Spaghetti squash was not meant to be alone.” So she went into the cabinet and got some olive oil, salt, and pepper. She drizzled all three of them all of the spaghetti squash, in no particular order, and placed them on a baking sheet.

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She thought to herself, “this is gonna taste soooo good,” as she did the butterfly in front of the oven.

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She popped them in the oven for about 40-45 minutes, took them out, and let the cool and she went to grab a fork and a plate.

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She took the fork and began to scrape around the inside of the spaghetti squash so it would make little squash noodles on the inside.

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Then, she added some organic marinara sauce and ate till her hearts content.

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Fin. xo

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4 thoughts on “The Dame and the Spaghetti Squash

    1. It was really good! I wanted to make it with some ground beef but when I took the ground beef out, I realized that the butcher accidentally punctured the bag it was in so it went bad =/

  1. This looks Delicious! Ive always wanted to try, but never knew how to prepare, low and behold it is super simple and easy as you’ve shown above LOL (in process of working on my kitchen skills with different foods) ,I will be trying this soon!

    1. Yeah! It’s super simple. If you like it a little firmer or a little less firm, you can add or subtract a few minutes. Easy peasy. Let me know how it turns out if you try it!

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