If you smile when no one else is around, you really mean it. –Andy Rooney
I am not normally a creature of habit, but when it comes to going out for meals, all bets are off. Nothing irks me more than to order something off a menu, only to find it is something I could have made easily at home. When I pay for a meal, I am looking for something extraordinary, a masterpiece I would be hard pressed to duplicate due to the complexity of the dish, or because it is so perfectly done I wouldn’t even want to try. Unfortunately, for some unknown reason, I rarely make the right choices at a restaurant. I try, I really do, but as I watch in anticipation the meals being served and set before everyone at the table, invariably I want what everyone else has chosen, not what is plunked down directly in front of me.
Therefore, I have taken to finding one thing I like off the menu at the restaurants we frequent and ordering it habitually. At the Cheesecake factory, where I go when I am looking for a little comfort food, it is Shepards Pie (no matter how many times I have tried to duplicate the luscious tomatoey sauce that envelopes the beefy vegetables, I just can’t get it right). If I crave something raw, crunchy and delicious, I head to Kings Fish House for a Poke and Seaweed Salad that satisfies on all counts. At Goldy’s, Boise’s boutique breakfast cafe, I order the crispy and savory Corned Beef Hash, a winner every single time.
This habitual ordering drives Tim, my husband , crazy. He who could never conceive of doing such a thing, since he seems to choose the best meals every single time. One day, when I grow up, I want to be just like him.
Todays recipe for my Sweet Potato Hash is not in competition with Goldy’s Corned Beef Hash, not by a long shot, but would be a great addition to their menu, if I do say so myself. It is uniquely delicious, featuring sweet potatoes, chicken sausage, sweet onions and spinach. Seasoned with garlic and a touch of chipotle, bringing great flavors together for a big, bowl of taste.
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