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Refrigerator Clean Out

What I Found:

1 large sweet potato

1 green bell pepper

1 large onion

6 whole baby bella mushrooms

1 package of 5 Johnsonville Bit O' Garlic Irish Sausages

1 small package of organic baby broccoli florets and carrots


What I Did:

Threw it all together, added 1/2 cup water, drizzled with a tige of good olive oil, added freshly ground pepper and some French sea salt, baked at 350 covered for 30 minutes, stirred and baked uncovered until sausages browned, 15 more minutes

What I Got:


Reader Comments (2)

i will pack pete up and send him to you for some fattening up, think your cooking would do wonders for him. last night i cooked and mashed potatos with celery also cooked red onion and leeks. made a cheese sauce, then layered ending with mashed potato on top, covered with cheese to brown in the oven. was quite impressed with my culinary skills until pete asked what was the pink coloured stuff, was it bacon? a deflated cook but i enjoyed it and he did eat some of it.

December 3, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJill


We're in Hobe Sound enjoying the camp site. We'd love to see you and the new addition to the family. Hope all is well. David lost his father in October but we're contented that he's in a much better place with no pain or suffering. He's refereed a few high school basketball games and we're getting ready for the holiday season. Where are you planning on going the first of the year? There's one space left here. Take care.

Nancy & David

December 11, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDavid & Nancy Miller

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