My lunch was at the Greenwood Village location, which I enjoyed a couple months back with a few food blogging friends. I highly recommend you visit if you can.
I also highly recommend you try their salsas, including their seasonal spicy butternut squash salsa (pictured here atop the Grilled Bannock). I liked the salsa so much I took a note from their book and tried to recreate it at home.
Roast chopped squash in butter for 20 minutes or until soft.
Toss squash and all remaining ingredients in a bowl.
Chill for one hour.
I enjoyed my batch of spicy butternut squash salsa a few ways. First, with pretzel chips. Then, with roasted chicken and black beans. Last, with a spoon.
This is such a nice treat in the dead of winter when I’m drowning in soup and coffee. Love a colorful salsa anyway, but the surprise taste of that butternut squash makes this a five-star recipe.
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