Instead, let's talk about something amazing. A few weeks ago I cooked dinner and mistakenly ate a rather odd sweet potato. I say mistakenly because it was very different from the other ones that I had purchased. I must have grabbed it by mistake. I was, however, pleasantly surprised to find that the inside was yellow and the most creamy, sweet, amazing thing I have tasted in long time.
Well, I have kept an eye out for odd sweet potatoes ever since.
Yesterday was the day.
Yesterday, I found them.
I grabbed a couple of these little babies on my morning outing yesterday. When I finally made it back in, I grabbed a couple of grass-fed steaks from the freezer and let them thaw. Then I proceeded to get these little ones ready for the oven. For me, this has become super easy. I washed them. Then, I slathered them up with some coconut oil.
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Yes, slathered is the correct terminology.
I then placed them on a baking sheet, and baked them at 450 degrees for about an hour (unwrapped). At the end, I had a nicely cooked steak and a nicely cooked potato. I pealed it, chopped it up a little, added a little butter, salt and pepper, and life was good. These little beauties were so good that when my Full-Timer finally paused to take a bite of hers, she completely stopped talking. As you can see, these babies were grown in the U.S.A. That makes me want to do a little investigating. I may want to give it a whirl in 2014.
I am not even kidding.
These things are so good!
You have to try one!
I already went back and bought some more today.