Absolutely delicious with just about anything you can think of! You can cut the recipe in half and make 4 – 5 servings instead. Makes 8 – 10 Side Dish Servings 5 baking potatoes (russet) 2 sweet potatoes (not yams)
This is a lovely soup that I like to make with veggies from the Farmer’s Market and herbs from the garden. It’s nice to serve as a first course or as a main course served with wholegrain bread and perhaps
The combination of potatoes and celery root is scrumptious! And adding a little horseradish really adds zing to the mixture! It’s kind of like a little black dress, it goes with everything from roast beef, pork or veal to poultry.
There are any number of versions for this “Irish” potato dish. Here’s my take, I hope you like it. My Mom was a great one for add-ins to mashed potatoes. She liked to use veggies like carrots and turnips but
Traditionally a gratin is a layered dish topped with either grated cheese or a mixture of breadcrumbs and melted butter. I decided to forgo both in this case, but feel free to make this using either ½ cup grated Gruyere
This is excellent soup, can be made with over-wintered leeks but is especially good when the leeks become available at the end of summer/beginning of fall and if you’re lucky, you might find some at the Farmer’s Market in December!
We’ve been roasting potatoes this way for what seems like forever. They are simple, quick to make and a delicious accompaniment to so many menus; including meats, chicken or for brunch with eggs and sausages. My husband makes the best