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Recipe: Crispy Fried Brussels Sprouts with Honey and Sriracha

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If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I prepare Brussels sprouts on a fairly regular basis.  I can’t believe that just a mere 2 years ago I was supremely skeptical of these mini cabbage-like veggies, but now they are one of my faves!  They are a fall/winter staple at my local farmer’s market, and I always enjoy digging through the crates to find the most pristine ones.

I usually roast them in the oven with some olive oil, salt and pepper.  Sometimes I add a honey and soy sauce glaze.  But recently, I found this recipe from Food52 for fried sprouts with honey and sriracha – yum!  The sweetness of the honey and the spicy kick of the sriracha is simply amazing.  I modify the recipe a bit – for example, I don’t deep fry the sprouts so as to make this dish a little healthier.  And let’s face it, deep frying is messy.  The recipe calls for a pound of sprouts, and I really have no idea how many I use.  I don’t exactly measure out the honey and sriracha.  I also leave out the lime juice because I didn’t have any. Oops. ANYHOO, these were deeeelicious!  Try them for yourself and let me know what you think!

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Recipe: Garlic Mashed Potatoes

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Happy Thanksgiving week!  Yes, I like to extend this holiday of thanks to a 7 glorious days of gluttony.  In honor of the holiday, I will be posting three of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes for your mouthwatering pleasure.  These recipes are simple, yummilicious, and are bound to impress your family members, who will think you spent hours toiling away in your tiny apartment kitchen (oh wait, that’s just me).  I hope some of these dishes will end up on your table this Thursday!

I start this recipe week with the basic mashed potato.  Simple,  un-pretentious and incorporating a whole head of garlic.  Whaaa? Yeah, you heard me right. Think you can handle it? Then keep reading…

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