LBⓋ = Low Budget Ⓥegan
MERRY CHRISTMAS, y’all!
Good food, good beer, a bit of time on my CROSSMAS bike (2014 TREK CrossRip aka HULKRIP) and not to mention quality family time is the perfect balance of greatness for I to strive this holiday season.
My sisters were mentioning that I need to write a cook book. I failed to mention all of you wonderful people that I annoy and torture with my deafening words and blinding pictures on WordPress. I will, however, take it into consideration.
It is oftenly easy to get ahead of yourself (myself) and experiment with food. Which is great, but not the best thing to do with family as your test bunnies unless you do not like them. There is nothing wrong with keeping things simple. I made Roasted Potatoes and a mastered experimental dish that I’ll get into another time. I will seriously not be climbing into the casserole dish with all of that glorious food consuming space waiting to be embraced inside of my tummy. Apologies for any misleads. I have an idea for bread, but decided to hold off and do that concept as a project just for myself. Crafting your (my) Ⓥ experiments before sharing is ideal. And it pans out. Happiness and joy to follow. Nothing is more satisfying (to me) than showing off a successful experimental dish you (I) constructed.
LBⓋ 11/10 Roasted Potatoes ingredients:
- Red Potato (15) @ $2.49 = $0.17 per serving
- Sriracha (96) @ $2.97 = $0.04 per serving
- Balsamic Vinegar (32) = $0.10 per serving
- Seasonings: Salt/Pepper/Oil/Rosemary/Basil = $0.08 per serving
- Chop potatoes and from a decent distance, throw into large mixing bowl;)
- Add everything except Basil and mix.
- I put on baking sheet and wrapped with foil.
- I baked for 60-75 minutes before removing foil and broiling slightly to finish.
- Garnish with Basil and transfer to be made presentable.
- At a whopping $0.39 per serving, this is a simple no-brainer for a side dish.