For Thanksgiving this year, we decided not to go for the traditional turkey dinner. First, my husband and I were not expecting any guests here in this remote Maine cottage, and a big butter ball turkey would be just too much for two of us. Second, our dogs are not big fans of turkey meats anyway. So we just made a simple regular meat loaf and a few vegetable side dishes. Easy and simple. But just for deserts, I stick to the traditional American favorite – an apple pie!
You can use this oil as dipping oil for freshly baked bread. You can also use it when roasting potatoes. Cut potatoes into long wedges, toss them in this infused oil, sprinkle salt and pepper generously. Place them in a shallow roasting pan lined with parchment paper. Roast them in a preheated oven (425 to 450 ℉) for 30 to 40 minutes, till the potatoes are well roasted.