Whole Roasted Butternut Squash
This roasted whole butternut squash is super easy with just enough salinity: The sea salt adds a nice, briny bite to the butternut squash’s mellow sweetness. It’s great on its own, but also works as a building block for another recipe, like pureed soup, pizza, or a harvest salad. You could also scoop it out or slice it and serve it as a side—the possibilities here are endless. For especially tender results, bake the butternut squash face-down: It’ll give the squash a little more steam, plus the cut side gets a nice caramelized color from the pan.