Butternut squash is a simple to grow squash that is a favorite with many home gardeners because of the sweet, nutty flavor. If you open your CSA box and find a small-to-medium, light brown squash in it, chances are that’s a butternut squash. But what to do with it?
That’s exactly the question that gets answered in this simple how-to by My Cultured Palate with their instructional post on how to roast butternut squash. Once it’s roasted, you can simply eat, or serve with some butter or garlic-infused olive oil and a sprinkling of coarse ground sea salt. YUM!
I just love when yummy to eat is the same as simple to eat.
See the full how-to on My Cultured Palate.
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