Sunday, October 10, 2010

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

This is the time of year that every gardener and farm stand seems to have mountains of squash. When I was little I had no idea what to do with these oddly shaped vegetables, nor did my mom. We sometimes bought them to use as table decorations during the fall, but I never remember my mom even attempting to make squash to eat.

As an adult, however, I have grown to love all varieties of squash, from acorn to Hubbard, and especially butternut. I developed this soup today after picking up some butternut squash from a local farm stand. The recipe is easy and versatile, and makes as little or as much soup as you'd like (see the Notes section in the recipe).

CLICK HERE to download my recipe for Roasted Butternut Squash Soup.

A podcast is in the works -- thanks to the feedback I received, I am revamping things a bit!



  1. We're missing you 'thann---hope to hear a podcast soon! jill

  2. The butternut soup is great on a cold windy evening. I made it last night. I added in a roasted parsnip. The soup is just so smooth and tasty.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  3. 'thann,

    i tried to e-mail you from your contact you link on the bar, but, it would not allow me to for some reason or another. i was interested in your alice in wonderland redworks from another poster on a list i am on, she directed me here and i just got STUCK on your name 'thann. my sister, ruth ann, was 'than to us. she passed away 2 years ago from ovarian cancer at the age of 52. my sister, joan, has made an organization in honor of her, with proceeds going to fund ovarian cancer research...the name of the organization?? 't.h.a.n. for taking hope-filled action now we had teal rubber bracelets made with that saying on know, like the live-strong bracelets....and gave them away at the run for her 5k in september....anyway, what an honor to meet another 'than and, i will be back to discover the alice redwork designs, just got my mind rabbit-trailed by your wonderful name ;o)

    who used to be skinny-lynnie back in the day when we called my sister 'than while growing up