Smells most excellent. Took a snitch, and decided it needed a bit more salt. We’ll let it cook a bit more til dinner time, then I’ll take the juice and make gravy for the potatoes. Meal in a pot, ready to eat–and it only took me 15 minutes to make it this morning, basically to chop the vegetables!
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Or so it said on the package.
(Cue stupid “Colorado Pothead” jokes)
Sweet and regular potatoes, onion, and garlic cloves underneath locally grown meat, with carrots, rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper, and my fermented chili flakes on top. Seems like it ought to work.
Check back this evening to see if it turns out! At the very least there ought to be a good gravy cone out of it.
Never had sardines, before. Was watching Good Eats the other day and was turned on to the idea.
A can of sardines, and the oil. Some lemon juice. A few “bite size” sweet peppers, a clove of garlic, and a quarter of an onion. Pinch of sea salt, some parsley, and a couple spoons of some sort of fancy organic jalapeno mustard my brother got us for Christmas. Put it all in the food processor, and add enough olive oil to make it blend up smooth. Eat it on toast (here, everything bread)
Alton Brown is right again!