I didn’t really like brussels sprouts until I was in my 30s. My mom made them for La Jolla Girl and, to our complete surprise, she loved them. We had to up our brussels sprout intake.
When the November issue of Whole Living Magazine (a Martha Stewart publication) landed in my mailbox, I knew I had to make the roasted brussels sprout recipe on the cover. Because I have a habit of not thoroughly reading recipes before starting them, I accidentally omitted a few steps. I’ll give you my version, which is a little easier than Martha’s, is still delicious, and you can wing it a little bit too.
I realize the combination of brussels sprouts and grapes is odd, but trust me on this one. My daughter loves it and think about all the antioxidants and health benefits that are lurking in this dish. Even my friends who do not like brussels sprouts ate it. We’ve known each other well for 20 years – they can tell me if they really don’t like something by now!