A winter CSA means I have more sweet potatoes and greens than I know what to do with. The easy solution is to roast the tubers and saute the greens and then put them in (or on) something, like this taco, for example.
I'm not sure what makes a taco a taco. As I see it, if food is placed in some type of tortilla (flour, corn, wheat) then it's a taco (especially if it's sprinkled with cheese). I like to describe this dish as a taco rather than the alternative description, wrap, because a wrap sounds like bland health food and taco sounds tasty. This dish is both healthy and tasty so maybe I should call it something else entirely. Wraco? Oh dear. I think I'll stick with taco.
A few weekends ago, Josie and I spent the night with her aunties in Baltimore. On Saturday, we had lunch at Artifact, Woodberry Kitchen's new coffee and sandwich shop and and then we shopped around our of my favorite stores in Hampden. On Sunday, we woke up and decided to take a 90 minute drive to Terrain, a stunning home and garden shop just outside Philadelphia.
Handmade holiday gifts sound like a good idea until you find yourself in Santa's workshop, covered in glue and glitter, with a jewelry box that looks as if a six year old made it. Here's a gift that won't result in your DIY downfall: homemade granola. Making granola is easy. In less than an hour, with hardly any work, you will have a tasty treat to gift to your lovelies. Bonus: packaging doesn't require a hellish trip to a strip mall to wait in a long line at Michael's. All you need is an old glass jar and the new trendy foodie accessory, baker's twine.