A delicious substitute for pasta, this easy to make autumn side dish is gluten free, low carb and sure to become a family crowd-pleaser. Although they're generally available year-round, peak season for spaghetti squash begins in early fall and runs throughout the winter. The reason it’s called spaghetti squash is because the inside is stringy like a spaghetti noodle. Since the squash has a mild flavor, this dish is a perfect base for the smoky goodness of Jones Dry Aged Hickory or Cherrywood Naturally Smoked Bacon. Kate Lulloff demos this yummy recipe
Jones Dairy Farm is a sixth generation family-owned and operated business based in nearby Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin that has been making breakfast sausage from the same family recipe for 128 years. Although best known for sausage, Jones Dairy Farm also makes a host of other breakfast meats with simple ingredients including naturally smoked ham and Canadian bacon, dry aged, hickory and cherrywood smoked bacon and braunschweiger. Visit www.jonesdairyfarm.com for more information.