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Spaghetti Squash, Chard, Spicy Nuts and Tahini Tomatoes Stack

September 29

Where has my natural light gone? It’s getting darker earlier and earlier these days. It is perceptible. While this was always distressing (because light = happiness), it is a whole new breed of distressing now that I’ve started photographing my meals. Last night, I made such a nice, light dinner that I instantly wanted to share up here but the sun was quickly slipping through my fingers. I figured I would give it my best shot regardless, and in the end it pretty much worked out. Granted, for some reason the tomatoes in the pictures look like salmon but other than that, I think they are pretty appetizing. Although, I don’t know what I’m going to do when real winter rolls around; or even worse, the clocks get turned backwards. The horror.

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Spaghetti Squash Tortillas

August 14

Spaghetti squash is so exciting. It’s so satisfying to take a freshly roasted spaghetti squash and shred it with a fork. It’s remarkably easy. Why do spaghetti squash break apart that way? Are there any other vegetables that can be shredded so uniformly and beautifully? I don’t know. I have to admit, after roasting and shredding it I was pretty much prepared to eat it as is. It would be a lovely and satisfying side dish or snack eaten simply with salt, pepper and spice, but I needed a meal.

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