I like spaghetti squash, it is one of my favorites. This is how I do it ..
Buy a spaghetti squash..this is what they look like
Cut them in half...being careful not to slice off any important things like fingers etc.. sometimes I find this is the hardest part. If anyone has any hints of how to do this easier..please share! I usually have Far Guy do it for me..with a really sharp knife..he still has all his fingers.
Scoop out the seeds. I saved some to try and plant next summer. I also purchased a package of seeds, just in case the ones I saved were a hybrid seed. Wrap in aluminum foil, throw them on a cookie sheet and bake about 75 minutes at 350. If they squish when you squeeze them they are done. Adjust your cooking time..seems like I always end up with brown edges..they taste OK..just don't look so good.
Unwrap and cool..then you can take a fork and scoop out the cooked flesh. It looks like spaghetti..but tastes way better..I put a little butter and salt and pepper on it and enjoy! Of course a huge squash is much to much for me to consume in one sitting..so I usually freeze individual servings.. during the winter it is impossible to get this squash up here. Big cities may have them..our little podunk grocery store..no way. I enjoy squash all winter long. The squash is a little watery when unfrozen and heated..but still has a great flavor. Chance loves it...it is one of his favorite leftovers:)