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Tag Archives: potatoes
Breakfast in a cup! Potatoes and Eggs, topped with some bacon and cheese all baked together for each person~
We love twice baked potatoes – and we love mashed potatoes. Here is a bit of a combo. Bake them first, then mash them – deliciously easy!
A little twist on a pub classic – Using potatoes and thyme, this classic appetizer takes on a new life.
Meld the succulent flavors of a meaty pork shoulder roast with the natural sweetness of a sweet potato – put it together as a twist on a traditional dish…
What is the difference? Sweet Potato or Yam? I started this post ready to tell you those darker tubers are yams, not sweet potatoes. But I learned something – I was wrong!
I love my crock pot. And this meal is so quick and simple, it takes about 10 minutes of your time in the morning and about 10 minutes in the evening to serve.
What do you do with all the left over corned beef from the roast you made? Make hash! You can also use canned corned beef (but it doesn’t taste as good as the stuff you make yourself.
Well, my blog isn’t quite a year old yet, but 2015 has been pretty busy. The first post was published on February 7, 2015. Since then it’s been busy – slow some months and wildly crazy others! Thank you … Continue reading
Waffles are traditionally a sweet treat, even when it’s done as chicken and waffles. But I wanted something that was savory and different – So here it is. A potato based, savory waffle. You could even have it for dinner … Continue reading
All month I’ve posted recipes for Thanksgiving. Here, I’d like to recap them for you to see them all in one place – and I’d like to thank you for your support of my blog. Without someone to share these … Continue reading