Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Garlic Potatoes

Took my laptop in yesterday morning and got it back this afternoon. I'm so happy and so relieved they were able to bring it back to life, and fix the DVD/CD drive while they were at it. Fist-bump to T.J. at Valcom; thank you. It's amazing how attached we get to these little machines.

Okay, back to the recipes. On page 83 of the recipe book: Roasted Potatoes with Rosemary and Bay.

Here's the picture:

Yeah, pretty boring picture. But this recipe gets my first solid "5" rating. Of course, the potatoes were delicious, but the preparation was very easy, too. And, there's so darn much garlic included that we'll probably smell of it for days. Our neighbors might not like that, but we don't mind it a bit.

It's one of those foil recipes. Potatoes, rosemary, bay leaf, garlic and olive oil. Easy, and I'm sure we'll make this again very soon.

Do you have a favorite "foil" recipe?

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  1. The only real foil recipe I have in my minds recipe box is the standard "hobo" meal. Ground beef, or chicken , some vegies S&P throw it in the oven or on the campfire and bada bing..dinner.

  2. I know about hobo meals, but I don't think I've tried one. Sounds like a camping thing, and you know me and camping. ;-)

    Thanks, Astrid