How to Roast Any Vegetable & Multi-Tasking Kitchen Tools

This Time Last Year

We were roasting up a storm of vegetables this time last year, all using one simple technique. Get this plus a discussion of our favorite multi-tasking kitchen tools, a recipe for gingery sweet potatoes, and the last days of Gourmet in pictures, below

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All you need is one basic roasting technique and you can roast any vegetable you want.

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• We love a good multi-tasking kitchen tool.

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• Looking at these pictures of the last days of Gourmet magazine still make us sad.

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We’d love to cook in this elegant and utilitarian kitchen.

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