I concocted this on getting acquainted with the taste and texture of a roasted spaghetti squash (also known as a calabash squash). It's an alternative to the idea of treating the squash as a substitute for spaghetti noodles. The roasted squash really has slaw-like texture--soft yet crunchy. Spaghetti squash is an ancient New World food source in Central and South America, so I decided to try making something that combined an ancient native trio of ingredients: corn, beans, and squash. On sampling the roasted squash by itself, my first thought was "black beans," and my second was "spicy." Here's what I did, based on what I had in my kitchen this evening. I'm sure others can improve on it!