1Dice potatoes and toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and fresh thyme. Transfer to baking dish and place in a 350° oven.
2Dice romanesco and slice onions and toss with olive oil, salt and pepper and a bit of lemon juice and fresh thyme.
3Stir potatoes. Once they have started to soften, add romanesco and put back in the oven.
4Stir occasionally. Remove when done to your preference. Mine take about 20 minutes because I cut everything pretty small.
5Plate with a sqeeze of lemon juice and a sprinkle of hard cheese. I used Romano.
6Here are the fresh veggies I started with.
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