We were given a spaghetti squash a few years ago from someone who had a garden overflowing with them and loved it. The next couple of years we thought that we would just grow our own and not have to rely on kindness from others. Well, we were unsuccessful in getting them to grow for some reason and gave up on them. This summer we decided to try our hand at them again and we grew a plant that took over the garden. I don't know why some years certain plants grow and other years they don't. Anyway, if you're fortunate enough to get your hands on a spaghetti squash, here is what you do with it.
Split it in two and scoop out the stuff in the middle. You can roast the seeds like pumpkin seeds for an extra treat.
Lay it cut side down on a tray with a little bit of water and bake it at 350 degrees for about half an hour.
Take it out and rake over the flesh with a fork. The strands, or spaghetti, will easily pull away from the rind. Use this just as you would spaghetti.