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Failing at roasted vegetables

Failing at roasted vegetables

Roasted vegetables sound so easy. "Oh, us?" they seem to say. "Just toss us in some olive oil and salt, bake us for a bit, and we're good to go. Or don't, you know, it's up to you. We're good with whatever!"  So you cut them up, arrange them in nice, orderly lines on a baking sheet, and stick them in the oven. But in my experience, that’s when the seemingly demure produce develops a mind of its own, and everything goes to Hell.

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Last modified onMonday, 17 September 2018 02:06
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