Monday, April 2, 2012

celebrating vegetables: succulent yam

Eaten raw, a yam tastes a bit like a carrot.  Most leading paleo-caveman chefs prepare yam cooked.  Chop it up and cook it in a cast-iron (or stone) skillet for about 40 minutes.  Then the yam becomes soft and moist.  Yam goes well with broccoli and sardines.  Eating yams may reduce the risk of rain.
This post is part of the Ode Street Tribune's celebrating vegetables series.


Anonymous said...

The dinner plate looks very colorful as well as delicious! Can I come for dinner?

Anonymous said...

I hope your yam uses condoms