The Vegetable Dishes I Can't Live Without," by, Mollie Katzen. This is an author we have some experience reading because she has several great cookbooks for cooking with children called, "Pretend Soup," and "Salad People."
here. The downside of this dish is that it is time consuming; lots of vegetables to peel and chop. But it was pretty good! A little sweet (the glaze has both pear nectar and honey), but good, and a nice side dish to our entree (which was salmon...there was quite a bit of orange food on our table last night). I didn't take a picture of the final product, but it looks pretty much like it did before it was cooked. Obviously I do not have a future as a food writer. Oh, and Jo would not eat this, but Tess did, because she thought it was all carrots and she "WUV's carrots." Enjoy!