Try them oven roasted. They'll caramelize a bit and get really lovely. Cut them in half, and put them on a rimmed sheet pat. Toss them with a little olive oil and good salt and freshly ground black pepper. Roast them at 400 for 15-20 minutes - until they're just soft and nicely browned. You might toss them a few times so they caramelize evenly. I like a mustard sauce with them - just drizzle it on right before you eat them (otherwise they'll get soggy and gross) - it's just a couple of tablespoons of dijon mustard, 3/4 cup or so of chicken stock and a few tablespoons of butter. Cook the mustard and stock until reduced by about a third. Whisk in the butter. Salt and pepper to taste. If you want to be really indulgent you can whisk in a few tablespoons of cream or sour cream, but I never do since we're lactose intolerant. Super easy and really good!
Last night we grilled steak and balsamic marinated mushrooms. Plus a baguette from our favorite bakery (a treat - my back has been a wreck lately so I didn't feel up to making bread this weekend).
Tonight I'm making a big batch of bacon and whiskey chili. With tortilla chips for husband and pasta for me.