It is the time of year when roots rise to the top of my grocery list, though some roots, I admit, never leave. Oven roasting is quick and the results are delicious. I have been pleased each time I simply coat the skins of sweets, onions and garlic then bake. First the sweets and onions, adding the oiled garlic bulb and loose cloves during the last 15 minutes.
|A roasted roots dinner of sweets potato, onion, garlic, a little local chicken and lancinato kale seasoned with|
Quilter's Comfort's L.A.O. Seasoning. Kale is steamed in a small amount of water.
This busy season is full of food! Cooking, sharing, eating and appreciating! Yes, I love food and am inspired by it and sharing it with love. As Local Food Bloomington closes out 2015 an update to Food News and Local Food Bloomington is underway. We hope it is up by early January 2016.
We are excited about some local food articles and interviews that will grave the update.
And a shout out to Quilter's Comfort and the range of jellies, herbal, fruit, wine and the beer jelly made from locally crafted beer (exception is the Chocolate Raspberry Stout organic) and to Wheat Ale HipHop. More about why I mention this particular beer will appear in Food News.