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GRAPHICS2 Posts: 3,218
4/18/12 9:32 P

I love the flavour of roasted vegetables. I roasted cauliflower recently and drissled a little olive oil on it.

RICCILYNN Posts: 2,452
4/18/12 2:41 P

I love roasting my vegetables. Sunday I did asparagus with just a little olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper... they were so yummy! I had a friend over who had never tried asparagus before and was hesitant but enjoyed it.

SGTMAJD Posts: 2,878
4/17/12 2:40 P

Guess I need to get the book

2012ISNOW SparkPoints: (6,766)
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4/13/12 7:39 P

Rutabagas are great as well. If you want a moister version, try cooking the root vegetables in a clay pot - yum!

GREENLADY1990 SparkPoints: (2,790)
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4/11/12 9:25 A

I've been experimenting with roasting vegetables and did a caramelized onion on roasted brussel sprouts that was delicious.

EMMACORY SparkPoints: (106,795)
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4/6/12 12:43 P

I followed Chef Meg's recipe on p. 315. I used the red onion, garlic, carrots, turnip, sweet potato, parsnips and the seasoning.

MRSJOCCO SparkPoints: (23,433)
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4/6/12 1:21 A

Sounds good--what vegetables did it have? emoticon

EMMACORY SparkPoints: (106,795)
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4/5/12 11:30 P

Fantastic! I made this for a dinner party tonight from SparkPeople cookbook. The guests raved about it and took home the recipe. I even had some veggies that I had never tried before.

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