w/ Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Mashed Potatoes and Local Roasted Apples & Sage
While a little googling around yields the answer to the question, “Why do we serve Ham at Christmas?” (A: an old Norse tradition of eating Wild Boar on Feast Days….) We offer it here because we love the flavors- the smokiness of the ham works wonders with the sweet and spicy mustard glaze and it’s hard to beat a seasonal garnish of Local Roasted Apples and Sage. And these are healthier mashed potatoes too: the lacto fermented buttermilk adds a tangy flavor as well as less fat and more probiotics than just butter and milk. So enjoy!!
- Excellent Source of Vitamin K
- Excellent Source of Thiamin
- Good Source of Vitamin B6
- Good Source of Vitamin B12
Recipe by Katy Sparks
About This Chef
Katy Sparks is the owner and principal of Katy Sparks Culinary Consulting, an award-winning chef (formerly of Quilty’s in Soho), and co-author with Andrea Strong of Sparks in the Kitchen,(Knopf, 2006), her first cookbook.
Katy grew up in Vermont’s Champlain Valley where her family raised grass-fed beef and free roaming chickens. As an amateur naturalist, she learned to forage for wild, edible things at her father’s knee and is devoted to all things local and delicious...Read more