Green things! Finally, right?
For the last month, I ate a significant amount of Mexican food, drank too many wine bottles, and consumed wayyyy an excessive amount of sugar. Talk about an overload. What I really need in my own life (and maybe yours, too) is a little balance.
The glad tidings are that work finally appears to be slowing down and I’m planning for a handful of things including a blog redesign and a vacation to Australia!
Yes, my partner and I are headed down under for almost two weeks next month! Our trip starts in Sydney, after that we’re road tripping from Brisbane to Byron Bay, after that back through the Silver Coast, and finally finishing in Brisbane for one of my darling friend’s wedding. She just sent me a picture of the bridesmaid’s gown and it’s really beyond gorgeous!
Despite the fact that I quickly lived in Australia and explored, I’m excited to head back and do some adventuring! Above is certainly a picture of me at Byron Bay, the most eastern point of Australia; it had been where I 1st learned to surf!
Anyway these parmesan green coffee beans… let’s just get right to it!
They’re roasted and fundamentally taste like french fries. I have no idea why, but roast any veggie and you also get a french fry flavor. Alright guys, I admit it’s not the same as a french fry but they’re therefore delicious they may be just like addicting. I think you understand where I’m going here. Me looking to get you to try these green coffee beans.
I came up with this recicpe after my daily grocery store visit to Whole Foods during the holidays. They presented creamy whipped sweet potatoes, turkey, cranberries, and these amazing roasted garlic green beans in the Hot bar.
I fell in loveeeeee.
Sometimes I love to put chopped basil or crimson pepper flakes if I’m feeling spicy.
But I always feel spicy.
1 cup grape tomatoes, sliced up in half
1 tablespoons olive oil (sufficient to coat the coffee beans)
4 cloves of garlic, finely minced
3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese
Preheat oven to 425 levels F.
Place green beans and tomatoes in a big dish and add olive oil, garlic clove, salt and pepper, and Parmesan cheese; toss to coat beans.
Disseminate green beans on cooking sheet and bake for 12-17 minutes or until parmesan cheese melts and green beans are slightly golden brown. Acts 4-6.
I really like green beans!!
I actually used to pan-fry them with minced onions and garlic clove. Will try roasting them next time!
Also, these green beans look awesome!
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