Roasted Cauliflower

My husband wanted roasted cauliflower one day, and I remembered I had seen a recipe for it on Disney Jr’s That’s Fresh. So I tried it. We loved it and had it again, adding orange and purple cauliflower to it. So here’s the recipe.

Cauliflower (1 Large head if you are using 1 color. Smaller heads for multiple colors), cut into pieces.
Olive Oil
Salt (a few pinches)
Minced Garlic (to taste)
Grated Parmesan (though we like the shredded)
Lemon Juice (optional)


1. Preheat oven to 400 degree’s.

2. Rub a roasting pan with Olive Oil and lay your cauliflower down in a SINGLE layer.

3. Sprinkle your minced garlic over the cauliflower.

4. Drizzle with olive oil, lemon juice, and sprinkle with salt.

5. Place pan in preheated oven for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally for even roasting, until cauliflower is tender.

6. Remove from oven and sprinkle with your Parmesan and serve.

Submitted by Lisa Bradley
Recipe by Emril Lagase

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Grandma’s Potato Salad

5 or 6 Large Potatoes, cleaned
12 eggs, hard boiled
2 medium bell peppers, chopped (you can use any color I tend to mix Red & Yellow if I can get yellow. Use small bell peppers if you use red, green, and yellow)
1 large red onion, chopped
Salt to taste
Lawry’s Seasoned Pepper to taste (I usually use the whole bottle by the time I’m done)
Paprika for topping
1 jar mayonnaise
Lemon juice as needed

1. Leaving the skins on, boil potatoes. Once they are done, allow them to cool enough that you can hold them. Carefully peel the skins off. Slice the potatoes into circles.
2. Peel and chop all but 4 or 5 eggs.
3. In a large bowl, put a layer of potatoes, some of the chopped egg, onions and peppers, salt and pepper. Add a large dollop of mayo and stir til mixed. Repeat until you have used up all your ingredients.
4. Slice the last 4 eggs and lay them on top of the potato salad, and sprinkle with paprika.

You can begin to eat immediately, but for the best taste, allow it to sit refrigerated for 2-3 hours.

Submitted by Lisa Bradley
Original Recipe by Hilda (Eisman) Jones

This recipe was originally by my grandmother, and given to my mother, whom added a few things of her own to it (like the Seasoned Pepper, I’m sure). I’ve left it pretty much how it was given to me.

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