I made Smoky Country Style Ribs and Cajun Sweet Potato Fries Wednesday night for dinner. The ribs were too dry and tough and the fries were too spicy. The dinner was edible and not awful, but it is not one I will make again.
On a happier note, I found spaghetti squash at the farmers market yesterday and got 2 small ones for only $3! The lady that grew them told me that would keep a long time, so I figured I'll make them in a week or 2. I also bought this from her:
I didn't know what to do with it, but her son said he cuts them in half and puts melted butter mixed with cinnamon, nutmeg and brown sugar on it and then bakes it. I followed his advice, but left out the brown sugar.
|I started by cutting the stem off the top and then cutting the squash in half the long way.|
Then I scooped the seeds out.
|Then I melted some butter and added some cinnamon & nutmeg. Of course, I didn't measure.|
|I brushed it all over the insides of both halves.
I put them in a glass baking dish and covered|
them with tin foil. I baked them on 400 for 55 minutes then took the foil off and baked them another
|Here they are after they are done baking! We just scooped the meat out and ate them out of the shells!|
Overall, the squash was good, but I can see why he put brown sugar on them! I think they would be delicious hot out of the oven with some banana ice cream.
I also made buffalo wings for dinner last night (paired them with green beans). They were tasty!