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Re: now yucky veggies!

I was going to suggest fried okra, too.  Nothing better.  If you roll
it in seasoned corn-meal and drop it on a very hot skillet that is
just lightly coated with olive oil, it doesn't even come out bad for
Your brussels sprouts sound yummy, Zem. I have just about given
up heavy cream for health reasons, but it a bit of it really does make
many things come out better. 
 What I do most often these days - at least when the weather is 
reasonably cool - is roasted vegetables. If it's just for us, I mix them 
all together, but for a party I keep each kind separate and place 
them around a very large Nambe platter, which makes an attractive 
presentation.  I start with a bit of olive oil and kosher salt in a very 
hot oven.  While the pan heats I cut up the first round - onions and 
carrots.  Then as I cut each different vegetable into thin slices, 
I add them to the mix - or use two pans if I'm keeping them separate.  
The combination varies with what is in the refrigerator, but usually 
five or six kinds.  I try for a mix with different colors and textures.  
Red bell peppers,  green squash, pod peas, mushrooms, turnips, 
sweet potatoes are all good but I frequently try something new.  
I usually add a few drops of sesame oil and a sprinkle of dried 
herbs - tarragon or parsley is good. But of course canned or 
frozen vegetables would not work - the texture would be all 
wrong.  This may sound like a lot of work, but it's not.  If the oven
is very hot it only takes about 20 minutes from start to finish.
I'm glad to hear that someone else does eat vegetables.  I was
beginning to feel peculiar about it.

In a message dated 12/15/2004 11:05:54 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
I love vegetables, too.  Probably because I grew up eating only ones grown 
in the garden.  In winter we had what my mother had frozen or canned at the 
end of the growing season.  Marge, you should try fried okra -- it's the 
best.  There is no vegetable I don't really enjoy.  I made Brussels sprouts 
for a dinner party last night.  The ingredients included shallots, marjoram, 
pine nuts and heavy cream.  It was delicious.
zone 7
West TN

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