I could go back and look, but I’m not gonna. I can’t remember the last time I wrote a post about actual….food. December Sweet Treats had me hooked and is slowly releasing me, slowly. Getting away from prepackaged, pre-seasoned, boxed, and prepared meals/sides of any type is my New Years Resolution, yay for being realistic! (Confession) I wish everyone that was at the gym today that will disappear in the next 30 days would adopt similar realistic goals instead of ones that they won’t keep, or at least that are inconvenience to my daily workouts.
Although I always believe in having a backup in a situation such rainy or snowed-in day, but 99% of what I’m trying to have is fresh produce or at least frozen veggies at the minimum. One great thing about potatoes is you can buy them and you don’t have to use them the same day, or even the same week. Guess what great thing number two is? They’re stupid easy.
Honey: Because I normally use honey as my main flavor agent here, and I haven’t had any in the house…in months I had to make a back-up plan. Since when did they start charging your first-born child for 8oz of honey?? I think $11 bucks seems a little excessive. Plus, whenever I buy honey, I make bad-for-you-treats and it flies out of my pantry. As all best recipes are, simple, sweet, and savory. This one isn’t any different!
Sweet and Savory Roasted Reds Yield 4