It's been nearly two months since I posted on here! I miss blogging but have been busy with life, which is why I haven't had the time to create blog posts. I have been experimenting with new foods and here is one of them - brussel sprouts. It's not the sexiest dish but it is tasty roasted! I never cared for brussel sprouts until lately. I get bored of food easily and wanted to eat something new and brussel sprouts came to mind and it might be my new favorite vegetable. Not only is brussel sprouts my new favorite vegetable, it is also a classic side dish for Thanksgiving, which is right around the corner.
This post is in special collaboration with 11 other talented food bloggers. We are each responsible for creating and sharing Thanksgiving side dishes. I think this is a wonderful idea and am very grateful and humbled to have been a part of this collaboration as it's something I've never been a part of. The power of social media is great, especially when we're bonded by something we all love - food! I loved seeing all of the others' blog posts and recipes for this collaboration. Tomorrow at 12 CST, we are all sharing our side dish recipes on Instagram. Throughout the rest of the day, we will be sharing each others' posts through stories as well. If only there was technology invented to virtually taste food, I'd gladly taste all of these recipes as they look (and sound) divine! #EverythingButTheTurkey
Seeing all of these other food bloggers' wonderful posts made me feel sad as I feel my photos and content aren't up to par. I don't have any Thanksgiving or Fall theme decor at home *poor life* so sad
Roasted Brussel Sprouts Recipe:
1 pound of brussel sprouts
1 T light olive oil (or extra virgin olive oil for a stronger flavor)
1. Wash brussel sprouts and take off outer leaves. Trim and cut to your liking.
2. Place brussel sprouts in bowl and mix with salt, pepper, and oil.
3. Place on foil-lined baking sheet and spread evenly.
4. Cook in 400 degree F oven for 40 minutes. Mix and turn during halfway of cooking time.
Here are links to the other Thanksgiving side dishes:
Welcome, I'm Tiffi
I'm a Wegmans and Celtics fan who believes in eating without restrictions because life's too short to not eat what you like. Eat good food. Be happy. Enjoy life. Thanks for stopping by!