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Sautéed Asparagus

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Heat virgin olive oil in a heavy skillet, add a little diced garlic.  Chop the end stem
of the asparagus, about a half inch down, and rinse in a colander and dry.

Add asparagus to pan when garlic is a little golden and sautee for a few minutes, turning once or twice.

Sprinkle with french herbs and salt and pepper.

Totally optional, add a squeeze of lemon to the asparagus once they’re in a bowl.

 

 

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