Spaghetti squash with peanut sauce is quick and easy. I learned about spaghetti squash from another blogger. I had never had it before. It's delicious and now I have it routinely. Slice your spaghetti squash in half and scoop out the seeds. Careful with the knife when slicing the squash, it's easy for it to slip since the squash is hard to cut.
Place the squash face down in a glass baking dish filled with one inch of water. Cover the dish with aluminum foil and bake for 40 to 60 minutes in a 400 F oven. I still call foil - tin foil, does anyone else do that? Squash are cooked when a fork inserted through the outer skin goes in and comes out easily.
Remove the squash and scrape the inside with the tine of a folk to create the "spaghetti". Place the squash on a plate and drizzle with store bought peanut sauce. Of course you can make your own peanut sauce, if you don't have time why not make it easy on yourself.
Yesterday Gary and I pruned the fruit trees. Gary reaches the taller branches; I cut the lower ones. Every time we prune the trees Gary can't seem to grasp cutting the branch to an outward facing bud to encourage the tree to be open in the center. He keeps saying "I'm not a gardener". Oh well we got the job done. Today I'll prune the young crabapple I planted. Then I'll weed my bin. I think I might plant some garlic this year and later some leaf lettuce. Can you tell we have a bit warmer weather? And it's sunny today. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.