I also roasted a turkey breast on Monday so that I could make some sandwiches this week. I didn't do much to it - just rubbed a little bit of olive oil on it and sprinkled some thyme on top, then roasted it at 350 for a while (I think it took about an hour and 15 min). I love turkey (and haven't had any for a while), so I'm really enjoying it. There's nothing new or exciting about it, but all I wanted was some good simple turkey.
And finally, today I roasted a butternut squash. Coincidentally, I made this much like the turkey. I cut it into small cubes, drizzled olive oil and thyme on it, mixed it together, then spread it out in a pan and roasted it at 450 for about 35 min (stirring once). It's delicious and simple. After not venturing much into the winter squashes before, I'm really enjoying them now. They're so easy, and there isn't a rush to use them since they last so long. I still have a spaghetti and acorn on the counter, but I'm wishing I would have filled my apartment with them before the farmers' market closed.