Friday, September 12, 2014

Transitional Recipe: Mixed Oven Roasted Potatoes (+Bonus!)

Dear friendular types!

Here's what I got goin' right now. Thought I'd write it down, you know, on account of I'm a writer and all :-)

Sweet potatoes, white potatoes, red potatoes, onion, onion powdohr, fresh garlic (lots!), one bunch of fresh curly parsley, chopped, generous drizzle of EVOO. Mixed/tossed, and put in pre-heated 400 degree oven at 30 minutes or less (keep an eyeball or two on them).

And yes, this is NOT a raw recipe, but whether transitioning to a raw foods diet and lifestyle, or just incorporating more of the Living Plants into your life, ya still gotta eat, and sometimes if we're not careful, we end up grabbing what's convenient instead of being more selective. 

Preparing this was a delightful experience, and I invite you to try it too! (You select your quantities, based on your needs. I live with a family (my host family) of 5 - total of 3 adults and 2 youthlettes. And I'm rather fond of leftovers. So the quantities were, um, how-you-say - "Healthy". Ta!

BONUS: MY YOUTUBE VIDEO: Raw Vegan Transformation - Transitional Recipe (Rice & Kale) (2010) http://youtu.be/N37V9DEtNbI

Hope to see you at my Mt. Airy Learning Tree (MALT) class "Raw Foods for the Rest of Us: How to Eat Better Without Being Perfect" on Saturday, November 8, 2014 from 11:00am to 1:30pm! $20 course fee + $5 materials fee to your instructohr, and guess what? Because it's a brand schpankin' NEW class at MALT, you get 10% OFF your course fee if you register by September 30! Clicketh thyself in the hereward direccione for more informationals! http://bit.ly/1nO23AW


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Make yourself a beautiful day!

Cassendre Xavier
(aka Amethyste Rah, aka Amrita Waterfalls)
“renaissance negresse & ARTrepreneur”
(musician/writer/actress/fine artist)
Leeway Transformation Award-Winning founder & executive director of the Black Women’s Arts Festival (Est. 2003) and the Women's Writing & Spoken Word Series (Est. 2002). 

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  2. I forgot to say that the potatoes should be sliced thinly. Also that this makes the whole house smell delicious, as this dish truly is, even without the salt!

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