This year we are trying some new veggies in the garden and one of them was supposed to be spaghetti squash. All well and good. We are also growing yellow crook neck squash and I am familiar with those. However, I have never even seen a spaghetti squash, much less cooked one. I led a sheltered vegetable existence, what can I say. I had no idea how to make the spaghetti squash into an edible recipe. Here is what I learned about this squash plant….
- Janet Garman
Janet and family work the family homestead in Maryland. They raise seasonal vegetables, beef cows, sheep and goats for fiber, pigs, ducks, chickens, and rabbits. Her commitment through her blog, is to be an encourager to the new homesteader, no matter how big a piece of ground they live on. Living sustainably in God's creation is her passion and she welcomes your virtual visit to her site.
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