This salad is so potato- ey, onion- ey, and herb- ey that you’ll make it all the time during new potato season, then you’ll make it after new potato season, too; I promise.
Chef Chris Prosperi knows his way around a potato. His latest recipe is a “mash up” of a loaded baked potato and smashed potatoes. You can take them as far as you’d like. Smash a little for lumpy potatoes or keep at it, cooking and scrapping, for a smoother, creamier mash.
What do you do when family friends from Maine give you the gift of smoked haddock? If you’re Mark Raymond, you hit the web and look for a recipe worthy of such a prized fish (the flavor is amazing!). Mark came across this Scottish classic on the blog Christina’s Cucina and had to make it. […]
Barbara Kafka, a legend in the food world, created the single best roasted potato recipe we have ever eaten. She calls them “melting potatoes,” from her book Vegetable Love. In this dish, the potatoes act like rice in risotto, absorbing the butter, oil, and chicken stock. Faith’s experience is that they drive people wild.
If you’re looking for a potato salad, but want something different, this is the one. Sour cream, bacon, and potatoes… what could be better?
From Alex: This is a typical delicious dish in my grandmother’s repertoire, that she would make weekly. I loved it so much as a kid, during our summer visits to Sevilla, that I reached out to my relatives in Spain to track down this recipe. I remember coming in for lunch, just as it was […]