One of my favorite food blogs is My New Roots by Sarah Britton, Holistic Nutritionist & CNP. Fairly recently, she also published a book and last week I discovered it in Whole Foods.
Her work is near to perfect synergy between flavor, nutrition, and food artistry. She pays special attention to varied food availability or dietary protocols and often provides alternative suggestions. I relate well to this approach.
Earlier this year, I saved the recipe below to Pinterest. As we dive into winter, I am reminded of it. So far my winter CSA has been most regularly dividing up orange and purple carrots, turnips, radishes, a hearty variety of spinach, and a few beets. #tomatomountain I can’t help but see making a version of this dish in my near future!
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