Tag Archives: potatoes

Pan-Roasted Chicken with Red-Skinned Potatoes

I believe that even if you aren’t a great cook, as long as you can master a few basic dishes, you’ll always be able to please a crowd with a meal.  On top of that, sometimes it’s nice to just stick with a few simple ingredients because most food does not need a lot of […]

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White Cheddar and Sage Mashed Potato Casserole

My love for the glorious potato continues…. I was first introduced to this recipe a few years ago, when my mom made these potatoes for Thanksgiving dinner.  Ever since that time, I’ve been having food dreams about eating them again, but I was too lazy to actually ask for the recipe. Needless to say, I […]

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Cheesy Twice-Baked Potatoes

I’m somewhat embarrassed to say that the potato is one of my favorite foods.  I know, weird, right? The potato… I think the versatility of the potato is really what wins me over.  Not only are there numerous types of taters (Russets, Fingerlings, Red Skinned, Yukon Gold, etc. etc.), but the types of preparations are […]

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Lemon Potatoes

Potatoes are not one of Jeff’s favorites.  He looks at them as an uninteresting balls of starchiness…a mere distraction from the main event. I, however, could not disagree more.  I have faith in the power of the potato.  It is incredibly versatile, and yes, while a straight potato by itself is not very interesting, you […]

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Roasted Potatoes with Chive Pesto

If you’re in need of an easy and fast side dish, this is an interesting way to jazz up potatoes and use up some of those overgrowing herbs in your garden (or small plastic planter, in my case).  Other than the 5 minutes you’ll spending whipping up the pesto, this side dish really tends to […]

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