So, dinner tonight was amazing! Butternut squash with homemade cheese and smoky marinara and greens from the garden (swiss chard, broccoli rabe, and arugula). The recipe was based on the one from this website:
Really good, but I figure I spent almost my whole day on it. OK, so if I'd bought the cheeses and had noodles I didn't have to pre-cook and made the sauce the day before and didn't have little kids in and around where I was working the whole time . . . it probably just would have taken two hours. I have to say, even though I didn't accomplish anything else today, it was still worth it. So if you have two hours to invest uninterrupted and buy the cheeses and stuff--it will totally be worth it. Yum! Great way to use a seasonal veggie if your family is as tired of butternut squash as mine is (or if you just have no idea what to do with it). I didn't even cook the squash like they said. I just baked it and then scooped out the seeds and spread the soft "puree" on for the butternut layer.
If you make it, tell me how it turns out for you!