I love ALL squashes. Especially the fact that I can forget one I stashed under the sink, find it a month later, cook it, and it's delicious. You can't do that with meat, people!
1 Big-a$$ butternut squash
Maple syrup (optional)
Pecan wood chips for smoking (any wood will do but pecan’s the bomb)
Start your smoker at its highest temp.
Split the squash lengthwise and scoop out the seeds. Place face down in a microwave safe dish with about one inch of water in the bottom. You may have to microwave each half separately if it is, indeed, a big a$$ squash. Microwave on high for about 14 minutes. You could also steam the squash in a steamer basket if you wanna go old school and skip the radiation (you hippy). When cool, scoop out the squash into a bowl and mix with a splash of olive oil, about 1 tbsp of Bangla-dash and 1 tsp of Crop Duster. Taste for spice. Splash some maple syrup in there if you’d like. Stuff the squash back into the empty shells. You could also sprinkle cheese (Manchego would be great) or breadcrumbs on top. Place the squash on the racks, shell down, and smoke with one pass of wood for about 30 minutes.