-4 to 6 leeks, white parts and some of the green parts
-olive oil, to drizzle
-salt and pepper, to taste
1. First of all, wash the leeks. Because they grow in the ground, leeks can be very dirty, so wash thoroughly. I usually wash initially, and again after cutting them in half.
2. Cut the leeks about in half, keeping the more tender green parts. Discard the top green part. Cut leek in half lengthwise (if you're channeling your inner grade-schooler, that's hot dog style).
5. Serve with vegetables and/or meat of your choice, cross your fingers, and hope for the best! (Annalyn actually really liked it! The first night, I mixed it with butternut squash, and the next night we tried it with carrots and peas.)