Tender, eggy, delicate, soft and slightly chewy, these pancakes have a mysterious quality that people will have a difficult time guessing what they are made from. Great for breakfast, but also a wonderful side for dinner or light entree for lunch or supper. Adapted from Mollie Katzen's Sunlight Cafe cookbook. Spaghetti squash is a plain, large, yellowish green oval shaped vegetable with a hard, woody stem. Once cooked the flesh forms strands that resemble spaghetti(hence the name) with a light and crunchy texture, a subtle, slightly sweet taste, and an ethereal golden color. A good source of fiber and Vitamin A.