Hello friends! I feel like it has been a minute since I have found time to sneak away and work on Between the Pine, but I am so excited to find myself here writing. This weekend we hosted our first ever Between the Pine gathering and I cannot wait to share the details of that with you later this week. But for now, let’s talk about hash!
When Drew and I got married, I quickly realized Drew would be the happiest camper if every meal consisted of meat and potatoes. This was quite a transition for me considering I am a little scared of red meat and would rather just eat vegetables. So just like everyone told us, marriage is all about the give and take. Potatoes and eggs (that’s basically meat, right?) for him, fresh thyme and onion for me- now that’s what I call compromise! Just 4 ingredients and boom, you are a chef on a Saturday morning.
Speaking of Saturdays, I have grown to love weekend mornings. The slowness of them, the calm before the storm you could say, and just a time to be still. Whichever way, there is something special about weekends and I think we should keep it that way. So grab your cast iron and these 4 ingredients for the next weekend morning- or dare I say weekend morning gathering?
Four Ingredient Hash
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 15 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
Makes: 2-3 servings
1 sweet potato
3 sprigs fresh thyme
1/2 onion, diced
2-3 tsp extra virgin olive oil
salt and pepper (optional)
start off by washing and dicing the sweet potato and onion
on medium heat, cook the sweet potato and onion in the olive oil until the sweet potato is cooked through (a fork will go through it easily)
make three spaces between the potatoes and onions in the skillet for the eggs and cook on low heat until eggs are cooked to your liking.
garnish with fresh thyme and enjoy!
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