We took an amazing family trip to Universal and Disney during the fall and something unexpected happened in Diagon Alley. I fell in love with a bowl of beef stew, Guinness Beef Stew. The Leaky Cauldron was my favorite restaurant that we visited on that trip. And we visited some great ones! At the other […]
I big puffy heart custard pies (minus the gluteny crust). So this custardy sweet potato pie with a cookie crumb/pecan crust is absolutely perfect. The recipe comes from a great cookbook I recently acquired, the Outlander Kitchen Cookbook. The cookbook is based in part on foods from the awesome scifi-romance series, Outlander. The natural herbal remedies […]
Since we got our dehydrator, I’ve been trying to figure out a way to make dehydrated potato chips so we don’t need to fry them. Let’s face it, the baked ones just aren’t as crispy or delicious. You can’t just dehydrate raw potatoes because they won’t taste like potato chips and raw potatoes can cause […]
OK, I know these sound weird. Who stuffs their potatoes with peanut butter. But, if you’re a long-time reader, you may remember Bug, our 3-year-old, HATES potatoes with a bizarre inexplicable passion. Now, there could definitely be worse things to hate. I don’t begrudge her the lack of this one starch. But, you know, they […]
Today’s VeganMoFo Iron Chef theme is Potatoes and Sesame, I decided to try my hand at Hasselback potatoes with my three varieties of CSA box potatoes: creamer, purple and sweet potatoes.
Creamy Vegan Potato Soup is perfect for a lunch box thermos on chilly days. And it’s so simple to make you’ll kick yourself for not making creamy potato soup more often.
These delicious Mustard and Garlic Roasted Potatoes are a delight. I’m up at my mom’s for a visit and the entire extended family loved this dish. The mustard and garlic flavor is subtle, yet manages to add so much to the roasted potatoes.
This recipe is awesome. The major change I made is the “bacon,” for which I swapped in my new favorite, Bacony Quinoa.
Baked Potato Ball Curry, honestly I think we’ll be calling it “Tater Tot Curry” around here. I cannot even believe how delicious the little baked potato balls turned out. I could eat them even without the curry sauce…and believe me, I LOVE curry sauce.
This is a great holiday meal without all the fuss of “real” twice-baked potatoes. Not having to stuff those little shells made twice-baked potatoes a much more everyday meal for us.