This time of year our garden is going crazy and the first veggies to mature are the squash. Anyone who's planted zucchini and yellow squash knows you get many, many (sometimes more than you know what to do with) vegetables from each plant. I'm always trying new ways to prepare these and this is one of my favorite. I've included a meat filled option for more protein and a vegetarian option for those who prefer.
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First: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Then cover cookie sheet with a piece of aluminum foil and set aside.
Next: Cut squash into 3 inch sections and then cut each of those sections lengthwise, creating two halves. Make a V- cut into center of each half and remove. Make deeper or wider cuts if you...
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