I'm a monthly subscriber to Martha Stewart Living and each issue includes four recipe cards. Some easy and tasty (and some not so much). I've made both of these recipes recently:
I LOVED this simple method of roasting carrots (delicious!) and though I had the feta, I added it to my fish instead of the carrots. The natural sugar in the carrots caramelized the edges and that taste by itself needed no help.
Lentil & Bulgar Soup
This soup was just okay. Other than a boost in your self esteem (because you know you just ate something really healthy), this soup tasted very boring. After the salt and pepper and little bit of vinegar it was still flat. If you find any ways to spice it up, please pass them along.
What veges have you had success roasting? I'm so curious about which ones turn out really well!