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First of all – I saw this article about ten vegetables & herbs you can buy once & regrow yourself. HERE it is. Well – I found myself with scallions the other day & decided to try it out. These pictures were taken on January 28 after about two days in the water.
I was so excited – I decided to try it with a browning romaine stump.
That is about two day’s growth. Here they are now.
Isn’t that awesome? I guess I need to pot them in soil soon but I am very fucking excited about this shit.
Another thing I am excited about is my book! www.bathingbook.com
Here is my friend Baxter – about to crack open his copy!
If a little rescue mutt can get it together to buy & read my book, what excuse do you have? It’s REALLY FUCKING FUNNY – I promise. Literally laugh out loud funny. Trust.
OK – so now on to my faux pizza. I was too lazy to make cauliflower crust so I just used the cauliflower plain. I don’t really know what else to call this but pizza. It was light & delicious & really easy. Try it!
Oh – and I used this basil oil I got at TJ Maxx. TJ Maxx is great for discounted fancy food items.
Roasted Cauliflower “Pizza” with Spinach & Parmesan
Slices of raw cauliflower
Crushed red pepper (optional)
Heat the oven to 450. Grease a cooking sheet with cooking spray or use parchment paper. I ADORE parchment paper! Nothing sticks & clean up is easier.
Drizzle olive oil on some sliced cauliflower arranged as you want on the cooking sheet. Add some S&P. Cook for about 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, mix up some spinach with Parmesan & crushed garlic & some S&P. When the cauliflower is tender & browning, take it out & top it with the spinach mix. Crumble some feta on there.
Cook another 5-10 minutes or until the cheese is melted & browning.
Top with more feta or Parmesan & lots & lots of crushed red pepper. Maybe drizzle a bit of nice olive oil on there? Voila!