clockwise from 12 o'clock:
acorn squash, kale, a cabbage (Savoy, I think), a scarlet ono turnip, sweet potatoes, mizuna and more sweet potatoes.
|Fresh sweet potato greens|
|The finished product - yum!|
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|Roasted Eggplant Dip|
|veggies roasting in the oven|
|caramelized and delicious!|
|look at all those healthy ingredients!|