There is nothing fancy about this meal but sometimes it takes a recipe to get me out of my cooking rut. From Ruth Reichl’s latest book, My Kitchen Year 136 Recipes that Saved My Life. The book is part memoir and part cookbook which is organized in seasons and also follows her life after Gourmet Magazine. It is the last recipe in the cookbook as well as the tail end of summer which happens to be the season I am in now.
We enjoyed this meal very much. We never make lamb and so this was a treat. Brussels sprouts are in season and I liked her preparation method of shredding them, cooking them with a diced onion, garlic, miso, salt, pepper and finishing with soy sauce and maple syrup. She did not give much direction for the potato but I baked mine for an hour at 400 degrees. It was a delicious meal and reminds me that Autumn is coming along with cooler weather and pumpkin!