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    I'm making this for a Halloween party tonight. I added green olives and sun dried tomatoes to the marinara/meat sauce to make it look gross and innard-y.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gojirama View Post
    I'm making this for a Halloween party tonight. I added green olives and sun dried tomatoes to the marinara/meat sauce to make it look gross and innard-y.
    Delicious!
    Hey did any of you catch The History of Halloween on Food Channel a few years ago where the guy with the tour bus went to this lady's house and she made like bat eye soup & seitan? I want that green oozy soup recipe, but can't remember if it was bat eye or what!
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    For those, like me, who do not like spaghetti squash, you can make pasta using a spiralizer and zucchini. LOVE this gadget!! This thing has different settings. You can also set it to make a fettuccini shape, and it also slices. The "spaghetti" can get really long! A low-fi/low-money option is to make a sort of Paleo "egg noodle" by using a vegetable peeler on a zucchini -- makes wide strips -- which would work nicely here, too.



    (You can also spiralize cucumbers, carrots, beets, radishes -- makes lovely and interesting salads.)
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    I am sure I roasted it long enough. Perhaps even too long. And yes, I used a fork.

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    Thanks for the tip, Tigerlilly! As beautiful as the pictures are, I do not like spaghetti squash much, but I do love zucchini. A spiralizer may be going on my list.

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    Yeah, once the zucchini pasta is cooked (I just steam mine) and the sauce and meat is slathered on there, it's pretty similar to the real thing. Even the most hard-core Prime gets that pasta itch from time to time, and I've found that this really does satisfy. Happy belly.

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    To really trick the kiddehs/reluctant dinner companion, peel the zucc before spiralizing so there is no green part to your pasta.
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    Might have to invest in one. Zucchini is probably hubby's favoritest veggie!
    He goes bananas for the Everyday Paleo Hasta La Vista Pasta Lasagna cuz it's made with zucchini
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