Well, look at that, I’m out of the country again. More apologies for tech issues and slow responses, etc. I promise I’ll be back in the country and on the web in September!
I eat a lot of potatoes. It probably stems from the two years when I was gluten free. I don’t really like the idea of replacing one food with another designed to mimic it, like corn pasta or rice bread or quinoa bagels, so my entire diet radically changed during my GF years. Gone were sandwichs and bagels for lunch, cold cereal or pastries for breakfast or pasta or bread with dinner. Three nights out of five, my whole dinner was based off a potato. (The other two nights, it was based off rice.) Surprisingly, I didn’t tire myself out of potatoes. I still eat them nearly every chance I get, in nearly every form.
I also roast anything I can get my hands on. Asparagus, broccoli, onions, cauliflower, peppers, yams, peaches, apples, pears (although I’ve never tried strawberries.) I’m pretty much a minimalist when it comes to cooking (although not baking) and my food rarely has more than one or two seasonings on it.