The mush was as tasty
As tasty could be

spaghetti squash

Hey, y’all!

It’s another food post! Should I just bag the whole I Do Things concept and rename this blog “JD’s Dumbass Emporium of Food and Medical Procedures”? You can get back to me on that.

Anyway, for about a hundred years my mom has been rhapsodizing about the virtues of spaghetti squash. I was skeptical, to say the least. To say the most, I was downright nauseous. I like spaghetti and I like squash but combining the two seemed like an abomination of flavor. How the hell does this:


become this:



“You just pull the squash tendrils off and serve it like spaghetti,” she’d say. “WITH SAUCE?” I’d ask incredulously. “Yes! It tastes just like spaghetti.”

How is this possible?

(Spoiler: it’s not.)

But then I saw this at the Pioneer Woman’s site:


Yup. THAT is spaghetti squash. It looks good, doesn’t it?

So I made a deal with my mom. Prepare spaghetti squash with butter and cheese, and I will eat it with a totally open mind and open gullet. Spaghetti Squash Sunday was on the calendar, tho I kept postponing it out of terror.

But finally the day of reckoning came.


But first!


I scarfed a PB sammy to coat my stomach.


I also brought along some back-up salad.


My mom did all the work while I watched and made throw-up noises.


BLEEEUUURRRGGGH! We’re supposed to eat THAT? I could feel my mind and my gullet slowly closing.


According to the Pioneer Woman’s recipe, you simply “use two forks to lift the strands out.” (Hacksaw and mallet not shown.)


Surely anything tastes good with a pound of butter and cheese? Surely . . . ???


Thank goodness we have cheery pasta bowls!


Hmmm. That’s a lot of work for a very little squash. Maybe it’s just as well.


You can thank me that there were no more photos after this shot. Otherwise you would’ve seen a normally polite and well-mannered JD practically THROW UP at her mom’s kitchen table, eyes watering, face turning red, napkin fluttering, gag reflex . . . reflexing, GROSS OHMYGODWHY? and barely get that innocent-looking bite of stuff down her totally closed-up gullet, followed by emergency doses of back-up salad.

I tried.

My mom, to her credit, was not completely disgusted with me. “I’ll put yours in the fridge for later,” she said, as she gamely ate her portion. Well, some of her portion. Mostly she ate back-up salad.

And later she threw it all out.

And so, my friends, the moral is this: Enjoy your squash and enjoy your spaghetti. Just don’t let them have sex and make a spaghetti squash baby. But if you do, make sure you have plenty of back-up salad on hand.


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50 Responses to “I Ate Spaghetti Squash”

  1. 1 Jaffer

    Oh ?

    I thought it was going to be real spaghetti served inside half a squash, with tomato and squash sauce – that would have been a real treat !

    But just squash-spaghetti is new to me – I really can’t imagine how it would go separately with tomato sauce.

    Well, I’ll take your word for it that it is not good !

  2. 2 Jenn of Many Cabbages

    I love that even as an adult, your mother is managing to make you eat things you don’t want to.

    The only difference between being a kid and an adult in this situation, is that instead of hiding it in your napkin, you were allowed to “put it away for later”…

    Grown-up speak for “metaphorically hiding it in your napkin.” :)
    .-= Jenn of Many Cabbages´s last blog ..The Great Jersey Kiddom Nature Experience =-.

  3. 3 carissa

    Ok you are braver than me. I will eat practically anything but I do not like squash.. and a spaghetti version sounds even worse. YUCK!

  4. 4 Grace

    I’ve made spaghetti squash, it is not something I am deeply enamored of tho I like any kind of squash. I do believe I roasted it first then de-stranded it. I could be wrong, it was a long time ago and obviously I wasn’t impressed or I would have been making it on a regular basis and remember how to cook it.

    My husband the vegetable hater will eat zucchini prepared any which way but he particularly likes it pickled. And actually that’s a misnomer because I don’t really pickle it, it’s just flavored with some vinegar – oh, never mind. You gotta eat to appreciate it…
    .-= Grace´s last blog ..Round =-.

  5. 5 Mary @ Holy Mackerel


    I actually like spaghetti squash quite a lot. I apologize. Can we still be friends?

    Oh, and by the way, I find some of Pioneer Woman’s recipes aren’t all that wonderful. So it probably wasn’t you or your momma or the squash’s fault. Just sayin’. :o)
    .-= Mary @ Holy Mackerel´s last blog ..This Is For You, Joanna From The Czech Republic! Thank You For Your Patronage =-.

  6. 6 Stephanie Barr

    I like spaghetti squash, too (perhap the preparation barfing noises affected your gullet). I’m a huge fan of squash in general though. I don’t think it tastes like spaghetti and it’s not my favorite squash, but I’d eat it again no problem.

    Your description sounds an awful lot like my own attempts to get my teenage daughter to eat something she’s predecided she doesn’t want to eat.

    And similar results.
    .-= Stephanie Barr´s last blog ..Well, That’s Gratifying =-.

  7. 7 babs - beetle

    Well I was hoping you would say it was awful, because I think I would hate squash. I hate pumpkin and isn’t it the same family?

    The only way I can eat this type of food is as a soup – providing it liquidized beyond recognition and with plenty of seasoning!

    I thought that the butter and cheese may have done it for you though.
    .-= babs – beetle´s last blog ..What is wrong with some people? =-.

  8. 8 cardiogirl

    Surprisingly, I think that looks pretty good and might have to try it. I say surprisingly because the last food you ate (sardines) totally made my stomach turn just thinking about it.
    .-= cardiogirl´s last blog ..Inane questions answered, starring Lin as guest guru =-.

  9. 9 Buggys

    I’m with cardiogirl – you liked sardines but were disgusted by spaghetti squash? I’ve never tasted either of them but that squash must be some nasty stuff! Thanks again, I’ll cross that off my list of foods I will ever try.
    .-= Buggys´s last blog ..Judge Douchbag ? =-.

  10. 10 LJ

    Thank you for doing something I never wanted to.
    .-= LJ´s last blog ..Blah, Blah, Blah =-.

  11. 11 Mom Taxi Julie

    OMG you kill me!!

    not hair bwahahaha
    .-= Mom Taxi Julie´s last blog ..I guess I need to sleep with the coach… =-.

  12. 12 puglette

    oh, jd! spaghetti squash is not meant to taste like spaghetti! it is meant to resemble spaghetti noodles and taste like the yummy veggie it is. i don’t mean to be rude to your mom, but that is definitely not the way to prepare spaghetti squash. this squash is best when cooked in the microwave. just cut it in half length wise, remove the seeds and steam it in the microwave. then you take a fork and scrape the flesh…yes, the flesh, into a strings resembling spaghetti noodles. i prefer to serve this squash as a yummy veggie side dish with butter, salt and pepper. this is not my favorite squash, that is the patty pan. i prefer the summer squashes to the winter varieties. give this yummy veggie another try, but as a veggie, not a noodle substitute in spaghetti sauce or cheese!
    and ollie is snuggled on my lap. i did not show him the photos of the scary cheesy squash. and yes, i did give him a squeeze.
    .-= puglette´s last blog ..So Many Doggies! =-.

  13. 13 Ron

    Ok, being an Italian I have to TOTALLY agree with you.

    I mean I’ve eaten spaghetti squash and loved it, but there is no way in hell it compares to REAL pasta. It make look the same, but it doesn’t taste the same. Not even close.

    “Just don’t let them have sex and make a spaghetti squash baby.”

    Hahahahahahahahahahaha….that was BRILLIANT, JD!
    .-= Ron´s last blog ..Pillow Talk =-.

  14. 14 Pricilla

    This goat does not do squash.
    Abby will eat zucchini but I will not.

    The publicist loves zucchini but that is it.

    er – I do like pumpkin though and that is a squash. Mmmm, pumpkin.
    .-= Pricilla´s last blog ..What the Horses Saw =-.

  15. 15 absepa

    Do you think you were disappointed in the squash because you had expected it to be more spaghetti-like? Or did it just taste bad? I will admit to being spaghetti squash-curious. I’ve liked most of the squash dishes I have tried, but I’m not interested in any type of squash soup. Liquified vegetables are not appealing to me.
    .-= absepa´s last blog ..I speak of the pompitus of song lyrics =-.

  16. 16 dcr

    Your first mistake was ruining it with butter and cheese. You serve it with either a spaghetti sauce (a smooth type, not a lumpy one with bits of vegetables or meat) or plain, maybe with some fresh ground black pepper or paprika. Now, you could top it with grated parmesan cheese, but you don’t want to melt cheese in with it.

    Spaghetti squash is probably the best squash there is!
    .-= dcr´s last blog ..Huge Savings on Hydrocodone =-.

  17. 17 Bingo

    The combination is weird but it looks good on the picture, thank you for doing it so I don’t have to :)
    .-= Bingo´s last blog ..Player mugged after winning bingo =-.

  18. 18 Shakespeare

    Puglette’s right. The tendrils in the middle are meant to be tossed, not eaten.

    The gagging was really funny, though. I had a great time reading this!
    .-= Shakespeare´s last blog ..Dressing Up =-.

  19. 19 Katherine

    I have made spaghetti squash several times… never found a good way to cook it… as far as flavor that is. Not against it at all, but I would LOVE to have just the right recipe. I will NOT be using THAT recipe! ;)
    .-= Katherine´s last blog ..I Make Someone Happy! =-.

  20. 20 Christopher (AKA: CaJoh)

    I just had Eggplant Parmesan for lunch. I think it tastes a lot like spaghetti (mostly due to the fact that the sauce contains the same ingredients). I’ll have to post the recipe sometime so you can give that a try.

    Thanks for letting us know that Spaghetti Squash DOES NOT taste like Spaghetti.
    .-= Christopher (AKA: CaJoh)´s last blog ..Analytical Sophisticate =-.

  21. 21 Bernie

    Mr. Bernie is always trying to tell me that its the same. I knew he was a lying bastard! Thank you for confirming my suspicions that it would be enough to gag a maggot! I must remember to show him this.
    .-= Bernie´s last blog ..Thursday Treasures – Link up your giveaways! =-.

  22. 22 ann

    I love squash (acorn) but I’ve never tried spaghetti squash. After reading this I don’t think I’ll bother. The picture sure looked good though.
    .-= ann´s last blog ..Swinging into spring =-.

  23. 23 Kathy

    Does your mom know Pioneer Woman? By that, I mean is it possible the conspired against you and played a joke on you? Cuz I don’t think this dish belongs in the food kingdom.

  24. 24 Sue

    Just last week I was trying to explain spaghetti squash to my son’s girlfriend, she could not shake the perplexed look on her face. I don’t think she believed me. I must have read this post, with the pictures to prove it’s existence.
    .-= Sue´s last blog ..After 8 new epic episodes, I get my brain back =-.

  25. 25 JD

    Jaffer: Well, that sounds a lot better than what I ate on that fateful day. Yes, PLEASE! Take my word for it!

    Jenn of Many Cabbages: Yeah, what is it with these moms? HA! Yes, how many times have I put something away for later, only to just throw it away anyway? Grown-up, indeed.

    carissa: I DO like squash, but this was just all wrong. Give me a nice green zucchini, sliced into coin shapes and sauteed in olive oil.

    Grace: That pickled zucchini sounds good! You just slice it and dump it in some vinegar? Chilled?

    Mary @ Holy Mackerel: Yes, we can definitely still be friends because now I can give YOU all my spaghetti squash. The Pioneer Woman’s recipes are so far above my skill level that I don’t even try them.

    Stephanie Barr: Yeah, I probably wasn’t quite as open-minded as I thought. Predecision. Yup. That’s what it was.

    babs – beetle: Yes! But don’t you like pumpkin pie? I will never again be able to eat spaghetti squash in ANY form. I just hope it didn’t ruin butter and cheese for me.

    cardiogirl: Perhaps we are just opposites when it comes to controversial foods. It DID look good, at least after it had been de-stranded and buttered and cheesed. Oh, but the texture was all kinds of wrong. And the taste . . . bleurgh.

    Buggys: Well, the squash itself looked rather suspect. Maybe we got a bad one. Or maybe I was so expecting it to taste JUST like spaghetti . . . and it didn’t . . . Yeah. Cross it off your list.

    LJ: You’re very welcome.

    Mom Taxi Julie: THANK YOU! I felt I had to add that. It was an innocent strand of cheese. I didn’t want anyone thinking that I eat hair.

    puglette: Oh, you give such a glowing endorsement of the spaghetti squash! I’m almost tempted . . . Please do not worry about offending my mom. But she DID say it tasted just like spaghetti, so let’s blame this all on her. I will consider your recommendation. Maybe if someone else cooks it? Oh, a BIG squeeze for Ollie! And tell him I would never dream of scaring him with scary cheesy squash.

    Ron: Aw, thank you. I do hope we can keep those two from procreating and bringing more of these monsters into the world. I LOVES me some pasta — really almost any kind, and this was a bitter disappointment.

    Pricilla: You are a very contradictory goat! Pumpkin is very good for you, so I’m glad you’re eating some form of vegetable. And I love zucchini, especially when it’s deep-fried and dipped in ranch dressing.

    absepa: It was a little of both. I could see from it’s texture that it wasn’t going to taste EXACTLY like spaghetti. And my mom didn’t finish hers either, so . . . No, I’m not really into squash soup, either. I do love tomato soup, but any other pureed vegetable isn’t gonna work for me.

    dcr: WHAT? The best? I don’t know. I like squash that you can slice not shred. And really? Spaghetti sauce? I just don’t see how. But you and Puglette have made me curious. I just MIGHT give it another try.

    Bingo: It does look good. But that’s about it, sadly.

    Shakespeare: Well, I’m glad you enjoyed it, because I certainly didn’t. Wait till I tell my mom about the tendrils. She’s been eating them ALL THESE YEARS!

    Katherine: I urge you to go to the link (Pioneer Woman) and check it out. We probably did something wrong. Also, I think our squash was rotten. Or see dcr’s and puglette’s comments, above. Do not give up on the spaghetti squash! (Altho I certainly have.)

    Christopher (AKA: CaJoh): No, it most definitely does NOT. I had eggplant parmesan once and loved it. I ordered it again and hated it. Please do post your recipe. I’m willing to give it another shot.

    Bernie: Oh, no! A lying bastard?! That sounds awfully severe. But he has definitely been lying to you, that bastard. Oh, and don’t tell him I said that.

    ann: I really do think something was wrong with our squash. But maybe not. The photo that inspired me really does look delicious. And our version looked very much like it. But the taste . . . bleurgh.

    Kathy: Finally, an explanation that makes perfect sense. Yes, that MUST be it. There’s no way this is supposed to be edible food. I feel like a fool.

    Sue: I’m sure I reacted just the same as your son’s girlfriend whenever my mom tried to explain it to me. “But how?” I would say. And now I know.

  26. 26 moooooog35

    You know the old saying:

    (* insert applicable old saying here *) should have seen this coming.
    .-= moooooog35´s last blog ..Wrapping up the Week – March 21, 2010 =-.

  27. 27 Jen

    I’ve had it once and didn’t think it was that bad. I think we drank a lot of beer with it. I’ve wanted to try it again but I don’t think the kids would eat it. Though, I did make a lasagna using eggplant as the noodles and they didn’t even notice.
    .-= Jen´s last blog ..Abby Annette =-.

  28. 28 Surfie

    Ooh, that picture does make it look good! I haven’t had spaghetti squash since I was a kid, and don’t remember much about what it tasted like. But I’m pretty sure I’d probably like it okay. I love butternut squash soup. Does that count?
    .-= Surfie´s last blog ..That Sock Monkey is an Animal! =-.

  29. 29 Lin

    I think your problem is that you had expectations on what it was supposed to taste like and then it didn’t taste like that so it sucked. Do you know what I mean? I’ll bet you would have liked it if you didn’t expect a spaghetti taste.

    We make our squash with just butter, salt and pepper. I’m confused with the cheese. Does your mom always add the cheese?
    .-= Lin´s last blog ..The Red Cat Society =-.

  30. 30 Daisy the Curly Cat

    I think the only way ‘sketti squarsh would taste good is with lots and lots and lots of BUTTER! By the way, my Mommeh made a pasta-stuffed squash for Thanksgiving last year. It was from the Cinnamon & Spice blog:
    .-= Daisy the Curly Cat´s last blog ..Beware the Brush! =-.

  31. 31 meleah rebeccah

    Actually, I kind of LIKE Spaghetti Squash. But it has to be made JUST RIGHT or else the texture alone can make a person gag!
    .-= meleah rebeccah´s last blog ..Public Service Announcement – TMI Style =-.

  32. 32 Grace

    Oh no, no – Wait, I actually blogged about pickled squash – You can find the recipe HERE It’s kinda free form, no measurements or anything – that’s how I learned to cook, soooo. Thing is, get yourself some nice Italian bread – makes a fabulous sandwich. It’s even better if you let it sit over night – Go Garlic!
    .-= Grace´s last blog ..Round =-.

  33. 33 Jay

    Haha! I never did believe that lie! LOL!

    I love vegetables of pretty much all kinds (except disgusting ones like asparagus, okra and artichokes), but I’ve never wanted to try spaghetti squash. Surely the fun of eating spaghetti is in its heavy, carbohydrate goodness? Strands of veg? I don’t think so. Uh-uh.
    .-= Jay´s last blog ..Doing the Alan Shore in Asda =-.

  34. 34 JD

    moooooog35: slaps forehead. DANG! I’d forgotten all about that old saying. You’re right. My fault entirely.

    Jen: Now I could go for eggplant lasagna. It’s these strands I have a problem with. Probably needed more beer.

    Surfie: Yes, that counts! As long as there are still strands in the soup. If you decide to make this recipe, PLEASE let me know how you like it (e.g., if you made throw-up noises, etc.)

    Lin: I know EXACTLY what you mean. Tho I’m not sure I would’ve liked it if my mom had just said, “Here is some squash!” Something weird about the texture. Also I think our squash had passed its expiration date. The Pioneer Woman’s recipe called for a sprinkle of Parmesan, so we figured: sprinkle = handfuls. Perhaps that contributed to the problem.

    Daisy the Curly Cat: Oh, I think I would like pasta-stuffed squash! Much better than squash-stuffed spaghetti. And I like Cinnamon’s site, too. I’ll have to look that up!

    meleah rebeccah: That’s it! I would be willing to try it again (maybe) if it were prepared the “right” way, whatever that is. Oh, who am I kidding. I’ll never eat this stuff again.

    Grace: I’m on my way! It sounds good. If nothing else, I can force my mom to make it so if I don’t like it, I can blame her. YES! Go, garlic!

    Jay: It IS a lie, isn’t it?! And yes, “strands of vegetable” is just plain wrong. I, too, love most vegetables (except the yukky ones, of course), and this was not one of them. I only hope it didn’t ruin spaghetti for me.

  35. 35 Patricia (The other one...)

    First, I’d like to thank you for the picture of the actual spaghetti. My doctor politely suggested that I not eat ‘…quite so many carbs…’ which is a doctor way to tell you to lay off all that is delicious, fatty fatty two by four. Um, anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed the photograph and may have licked the screen once or twice.

    Sadly, my father-in-law is a chef. I say sadly, because he’s attempting to stretch my food horizons past where they ought to go. I’ve not yet ‘returned to sender’ any of his creations, but I have two words: fish soup. With not nearly enough of the fish removed for my taste. The next time it’s served, would you eat it so I don’t have to?

    I did, however, have similar results as you with my first (ONLY) attempt to eat escargot. But it was in a restaurant. I better get on that formal apology letter to Las Palmas Restaurant and all the patrons there that night. Maybe if I’d eaten a prepatory PB and J it would have worked out?

  36. 36 Anne

    It does taste more like spaghetti if you serve it with tomato sauce (like ketchup, it hides the taste of everything) but it doesn’t have the texture (maybe really overcooked spaghetti). I enjoy spaghetti squash but I don’t think I would try to pass it off as real pasta (or if I did, I wouldn’t succeed).
    .-= Anne´s last blog ..Dating in Middle School, Should It Be Allowed? =-.

  37. 37 flit

    I’ve never met a squash I didnt like, including sgetti squash.. but definitely just a shape thing, not a taste similarity.

    I ate a fair bit of it last year when I was off carbs – gave me a place to put my sgetti sauce.
    .-= flit´s last blog ..The Late Professor(s) =-.

  38. 38 Viveca

    I just love spaghetti squash! I eat it with a little butter and toasted sunflower seeds. Maybe it is on your Blood Type Diet “Avoid” list?

    I’ll check.

    Nope. It is a “neutral” food for all the blood types – O, A, B and AB.

    So I guess it simply comes down to taste and texture! I encourage others to give it a try – you might like it and it is very cheap an filling.

    Cheers! V.
    .-= Viveca´s last blog ..Junk Mail Fatigue. Send me something personal, something fun – please! =-.

  39. 39 Kathleen Kaufman

    I spent a few years as a vegetarian and discovered that most restaurants’ solutions to meat was squash and zuchini….how do you spell zuchini anyway? I blame both of these so-called-vegetables for my fall from the wagon.

    Damn you squash, damn you straight to heck.
    .-= Kathleen Kaufman´s last blog ..I Brake For Democracy: An Ode to The Tea Party =-.

  40. 40 erin

    Good for you for giving it a try. I have never had spaghetti squash but it is something I’d probably be willing to try, at least once. That pic from Pioneer Woman’s site actually looks fantastic!
    .-= erin´s last blog ..New Oven =-.

  41. 41 Shelly

    Too funny. The first pic made it look good which just goes to show that looking good and tasting good area two totally separate things. I may have thought about using spaghetti squash for something but knowing now how awful it is and the fact that I would be stuck with all of it the minute the family found out it was squash. Thanks for the heads up!
    .-= Shelly´s last blog ..What to do when the kids are both in school =-.

  42. 42 CatLadyLarew

    I love spaghetti squash, but not as a replacement for spaghetti. It’s heavenly with just butter and a dash of brown sugar.
    .-= CatLadyLarew´s last blog ..Looking for Signs =-.

  43. 43 JD

    Patricia (The other one . . . ): ALWAYS eat a preparatory sandwich of your choice. That’s rule 1. After that . . . I think regarding your father-in-law, brutal honesty is the ticket. Tell him your doctor said “more carbs, less fish soup” and see what he says. Please have some real spaghetti. Doctor JD says it’s all right, just this once.

    Anne: No, you certainly would NOT succeed. The texture is the problem. Also the flavor. So after that, I don’t know what else to blame. My palate? Surely not!

    flit: Well, that’s being creative! I’m sure squash is much better for you than pasta, but I like mine breaded and deep-fried. I think that’s even healthier, somehow.

    Viveca: Yes. Taste and texture. Tho I was hoping for some validation from the blood type test. Interesting! Yes, everyone, please eat spaghetti squash so I don’t have to. It’s an all-win situation!

    Kathleen Kaufman: Oooh, careful there. This is a no-swear zone. Wait, no it’s not, damn it. I think “zucchini” needs another “c.” I’ll take zucchini over squash, altho I guess technically zucchini IS squash. But gimme some good ol’ carrots any day.

    erin: It DOES look good, doesn’t it? I think my mom and I may try again with a better squash and no cheese. And you’ll be the first to hear about it.

    Shelly: Uh oh. I don’t mean to convert everyone out there into spaghetti squash haters. There seem to be a fair number of you who actually like it, so don’t take my word for it. (Altho, really: BLEEEUURRGHH!)

    CatLadyLarew: Well, now, there’s another way of preparing the dreaded squash! I hope everyone’s taking notes. I’m not keeping track, myself.

  44. 44 Lauren

    You are very brave, a true culinary hero, falling onto a food grenade in order to save others from damaging their palates and gastronomical systems. Maybe you should have used the P&B sandwich as a food chaser.

    Eating bad food is like watching a bad movie. It makes you ill, leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth, and an empty feeling inside.
    .-= Lauren´s last blog ..Exercising poor judgment while working out. =-.

  45. 45 Jenny

    OMG!!! I LOOOOOOVE spaghetti squash! They can just have as many babies as they want and I will eat them ALL! It tastes NOTHING like spaghetti though so I’m not sure where people get that theory from. But with some butter, salt, and pepper? MMMMM. Yes please!
    .-= Jenny´s last blog .. =-.

  46. 46 Janiss

    I hate all squash except pumpkin, so the idea of spaghetti squash sounded icky to me. But at the same time, I was always curious about what it was like. Glad to know it’s as awful as I suspected and I wasn’t missing anything. Thanks for the post! :)
    .-= Janiss´s last blog ..Boodie Says “Stop the Madness!” =-.

  47. 47 Your Daily Cute

    I once tried butternut squash. Hey, BUTTER… it can’t be bad, right? Lesson learned there (take note in case you are thinking of making your way down the squash family).
    .-= Your Daily Cute´s last blog ..What Are You Laughing At? =-.

  48. 48 Katie

    Ahahah, sorry it wasn’t what you expected. I lurve spaghetti squash…it’s so buttery to me. But it DOES NOT taste like pasta. At all. Good for you for giving it a shot. :-)

  49. 49 MomZombie

    I came dangerously close to preparing spaghetti squash once. Thank you so much for your public service announcement. You have no idea how many lives and lunches you saved today.
    .-= MomZombie´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday =-.

  50. 50 JD

    Lauren: I considered having a second sandwich afterward, but the back-up salad did the trick pretty well. There is nothing worse than eating bad food. It makes me feel sad and hollow and wanting ice cream.

    Jenny: YOU DO? Oh, thank GOD! Finally, someone to eat all those mutant babies! So we apparently made a huge misstep with the cheese. If we do try this again, we will go with the popular condiments of s&p and butter. Or you can eat mine so I don’t have to.

    Janiss: You’re welcome! Tho it could be that we had a bad squash. Tho I don’t think so. Eh, just eat your pumpkin. It’s good for you, and you need never go thru what I did.

    Your Daily Cute: Ooookay, thank you! Yeah, I was thinking “butter,” too, but no, you say? I will check that off my ever-dwindling list of foods to try.

    Katie: I think I would’ve been wise to treat it more like squash — which I mostly DO like — rather than think it was going to taste like spaghetti. Ain’t no way that was ever gonna happen.

    MomZombie: PHEW! That was a close one. I hope I’ve saved millions of people the agony I endured from that one mouthful of awfulness.


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