Kitchen experiments


I got all experimental last night in the kitchen. I decided to just take random veggies that I had in the fridge and cook ’em up together.

I started with a little organic first cold-pressed olive oil in a frying pan and added yucca root (cassava), lettuce, kale, corn, peas, cauliflower, and a little Lightlife Gimmie Lean fake sausage. I topped it off with a dash of basil and some curry powder. After the olive oil dissipated, I added some brewed Silver Needle White Tea in the pan and let the ingredients simmer in that for a few minutes.

The end result was surprisingly good! The white tea flavor had just barely seeped into the veggies and the fake sausage gave things a nice spice. I was proud of myself. :)

2 Responses to “Kitchen experiments”

  1. Ashley

    i did an experimant about which cookie tastes best from chocolate chip and sugar cookies
    It was amazing to find that neither were successful and that peanut butter happens to be the most popular. Although sugar cookies r very popular around the holidays

  2. markowe

    Sounds interesting!

    I normally just chuck all veg like potatoes, carrots, leeks, onions, parsnips etc. in a baking tray, season (with whatever, but especially rosemary, don’t forget the rosemary!), and bake until golden brown. Really really easy, but very tasty.

    I would suggest fridge-Googling for a recipe, but I think this combination is pretty unique!

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