With Herbs and Garlic.
Not much of a story to tell here. It does get pretty exciting when you have to choose between herbes de Provence or Italian seasoning. Considering this is a Giada recipe I feel a little guilty that I chose the French option.
Toss with olive oil and bake for an hour at 400. Give them a little stir once in a while. Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside.
Don’t be jealous of my little meat and three. What’s that you say? You don’t know what a meat and three is? Neither did I, until recently. I like to say that I was a Southern Belle in a past life, but I missed out on this phenomenon: some restaurants in the South you pick your meat and then three sides.
I know, my meat selection is pathetic. I’ve been on a little bit of late-summer hot dog kick.
Eat Well and Savor.