One of my favorites for this time of year is butternut squash soup.
Saute some carrots, celery, and onion in a little olive oil, add in some pre-bought butternut squash (or roast in the oven lightly covered in olive oil at 400*F until soft, then put in towards the end), add some chicken or vegetable stock, bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook until they are soft. I then puree the mixture in a food processor. You can season it however you like. I like mine sweet so I put in some cinnamon sugar.
Lastly, I cube up some ham and saute it with rosemary in some olive oil until crispy, and put it on top.
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