Articles Tagged “potato”
Tom gives us the tools to never make (or eat) a lackluster potato again.Read More »
This Saint Patrick's day, we'll be putting industrious little tubers to work in these ten dishes, in celebration of the fact that there's no potato famine in sight. Cheers!Read More »
Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration.Read More »
The crispiest, creamiest potato around.Read More »
Soup for dinner this time of year is a great idea.Read More »
Shepherd's pie, a freezer-friendly meal for the whole family, plus some useful freezing tips.Read More »
The last time we talked about potatoes, Marian Bull helped us figure out how to match recipes to the potatoes that suit them best -- starchy Russets for mashing, waxy red potatoes for salads, and more. Today we're digging underground to learn even more about the potato: we'll talk about how they're actually the stems of the plant, what exactly a potato fruit looks like, and what it really means when their skin turns green after storage.Read More »
What's in a name? Well, for starters, sweet potatoes aren't really potatoes -- they're actually in the morning glory family. And yams are in a genus all their own, more closely related to lilies than spuds. The naming confusion can be traced to the American South in the 18th and 19th centuries, when African slaves encountered the sweet potato and naturally linked it in their minds with their native yam. But they're both delicious no matter they're called -- nomenclature aside, today we take a close look at sweet potatoes and yams.
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Put time into dinner now, and you can make it last forever -- or at least the whole week. Welcome to Halfway to Dinner, where we show you how to stretch your staples every which way.
Today: Kelsey of Happyolks merges eating well with eating on a budget, and she does it all with a sack of potatoes.
After cooking potato after potato, I knew this post must be dedicated to my 21-year-old brother and his housemates. If there is anyone on this planet who would find a column dedicated to a week's worth of potatoes useful, it be would him. For Austin, who loves to cook and play and celebrate life, here is a week of meals for you and your friends so you can eat well, cheaply.
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