Hoping you all had a wonderful weekend and a very happy Easter Sunday.
Looking for something to do with all the veggies in your produce bin? Cut them up into somewhat similar sizes or shapes and mix them in a big bowl with olive oil, fresh herbs, or a mix like Braggs herbs, and salt if you absolutely must. Spread them out on a tray and roast them in a hot oven (between 400 and 450) for up to an hour, mixing half way through and checking regularly after about 40 minutes. Some caramelize, others crisp up and some get nice and soft and mushy. It is a great way to create many flavors with one dish and also a great way to clean out your produce bin…and your belly, trust me! Last night I made brussel sprouts, string beans, eggplant, zucchini and one sweet potato and it was delish! You honestly can use ANY veggies you have, so this really is NOT a recipe, just an idea.
This picture shows (uncooked) veggies with tofu…I haven’t done that in a long time, but I will be soon!!!
I bought the Groupon for Fusion Fitness. 10 classes for $39.00 is an amazing deal. In addition to Yoga, they have TRX and Kettlebells (which is what I’m interested in doing). Looking forward to some new strength training 🙂