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Southern Spaghetti Squash
Take spaghetti squash, rinse it, and slice it lengthwise right down the middle. Scoop out all the seeds. Place the two halves, open side down, on a vegetable steamer in a covered pot, with a small amount of water below the steamer grate. Cook until the squash is soft to a fork poked into it. (Note: if you don't have a steamer, boil the two halves, but be careful not to over boil.) Remove both halves of the squash from the pot and place, open side up, on a baking sheet.
Take a large fork and gently scrape the squash away from the rind; it should come away from the rind in spaghetti-like strands. Leaving the squash strands in the rinds, gently stir in butter or margarine to taste, usually about two or three Tablespoons per half. Also, gently stir in seasoning salt and coarse ground pepper, to taste. Finally, sprinkle each half with grated Romano or Parmesan cheese and top off with a small amount of pepper and seasoning salt for taste and appearance.
Place both halves of squash on the baking pan in the oven broiler rack and broil for a few minutes until the top is browned. Serve immediately, while steaming hot.
Serves: 6 to 8.
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