Before spring hits too hard and the weather warms up, I wanted to make a creamy and hearty winter soup that uses one of my favorite and more versatile foods: potatoes! This soup is creamy and herby with lots of vegetables. Perfect for the tail end of winter before we’re over-run with blooming greens. Continue reading
Oven-Baked French Fries
French fries may not be the healthiest food, but the healthiest way to enjoy them is definitely to oven-bake them. These french fries are lightly coated with oil and not deep fried. The oven takes a bit longer to cook them, but they will be well worth the wait! Continue reading
Loaded Potato Skins
Confession: I make potato skins all the time. Great for a football game, great for a party, great for a Saturday afternoon…I could make excuses to make these all day long! You can top these potato skins any way you’d like, but I enjoy them with freshly chopped green onions (which I grow on my windowsill), chopped crispy bacon, Parmesan and a side of sour cream.
Potatoes are some of the cheapest thing to buy and come in 5, 10 or 15 pound bags. Depending on how many people you’re feeding, you decide what size to get. Continue reading