I mentioned the other day that we had spaghetti squash for dinner, and thought I would mention it again as it will soon be in season and very affordable. I know some folks think it's a tad time consuming to cook, but you can always cook ahead and reheat when ready.
Simply slice squash in half and scrape all the 'guts' out, like you would with a pumpkin (another awesome squash). Pour a cup of water in a shallow pan/dish, cover and bake at 350 for one hour.
When done, pop cover and let cool to touch. Then simply scrap the string - like 'spaghetti' into a bowl, using a fork for best results.
Voila' A beautiful bowl of squash for dinner. Serve along side your favorite meal or use it as a zero - carb replacement for noodles. I have used it with both a red sauce and a white sauce, both yummy and no leftovers (the real test in my house).