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April 03, 2012


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I do enjoy spaghetti squash served this way, but haven't had it in quite awhile. Thanks for the inspiration, and the challenge also sounds fun. I'll have to think of something suitable.


Fantastica! questi spaghetti di zucca, non ne avevo mai sentito parlare!!! in effetti sono praticamente uguali da vedere! bacioni


I've never tasted spaghetti squash before. I like the idea of your sauce in bags, ready to be thawed and used. Last of all, I love the new look of your blog. Bellisima!

Simona Carini

Hi Claudia. It is indeed fun to prepare spaghetti squash this way and the result is quite healthy.

Ciao Francy. Non so se questa varieta' di zucca di trova anche in Italia. Se la vedi, agguantane una e vedrai che e' divertente prepararla e fare uno scherzetto ai commensali.

Ciao Paz. I am glad you like the new blog skin. I felt that with the arrival of spring, a bit of change would be good. In California, you can still find squashes in the grocery stores, imported from Mexico. Not sure about NYC: you may have to wait until September. Then you can grab a spaghetti squash and have fun with it. The frozen tomatoes are really handy. I'll definitely make more this season.


I enjoyed your description. This squash has been intriguing me for some time now, too. How was the taste?

Simona Carini

Hi Frank and thanks for your question, which made me realize that, in focusing on the look of the squash, I had overlooked the taste. I have since added a paragraph that describes the flavor of this squash. In a nutshell, it is mild so you want some condiment or sauce to brighten it up.

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