However, there is a squash tomato casserole that I just love and it uses up everything from the farm. Squash, tomatoes, ground sausage, cheddar cheese and some Morton's Nature Seasoning. I basically just layer squash on the bottom, tomatoes, raw sausage, cheese, seasoning...repeat. The tomatoes cook out a lot of liquid and you loose some volume there so don't be afraid to load in the maters...and all that liquid helps cook your squash.
Tonight I tried "baking" it in the microwave on high for 20 minutes and it turned out just as good as it does in the oven @350 for 25 minutes minus heating the house up. Tomorrow night I think I will make some squash sticks breaded in panko crumbs bakes in the oven served with a marinara sauce made from more tomatoes out of the garden.
* If your not crazy about pork you can substitute with ground beef.