This is a dish my family and friends ask me to bring to potluck/cook-outs! NEVER any left to bring home! (my sister brings a bowl to take what MIGHT be left) Taste great hot out of the oven or "room temperature"
A fun variation on nachos! I adapted this to our tastes from a recipe card found at the grocery store. I love how filling it is, so it could be used as an appetizer or as a hardy snack... even a meal with a lovely salad!
Forget the microwave for a moment and go back in time to enjoy a very moist, very creamy baked potato. This recipe is foolproof. (You will need heavy duty aluminum foil for this recipe). Make extra for Recipe #287747 for tomorrow's breakfast! :)
One of my brothers refers to these as "300 lb. potatoes". Because if you ate as much as you'd like to, you'd be 300 pounds. These are not for the diet conscious. These go great with a meat that doesn't have gravy.
This recipe is right off the Hellman's mayonnaise jar. To me, it's so good it rivals my mother in law's potato salad, which I think is the best there is. It's a plain and simple potato salad, but it's delicious! Add pimentos, olives, or green peppers depending on what you like in your potato salad.
A classic, simple potato salad that can be thrown together in minutes or made a day ahead! A comfort-food treat for all ages, and easy to change to your preferences (I leave out the eggs for my sister; you could add celery or onion in step 3 or use specialty mustard or vinegar).
Similar to Colcannon, this is a Scottish dish. It can be made well in advance and refrigerated. Bring to room temperature before baking. It's very easy and inexpensive to make. Even my husband, who hates cabbage, loves it in this dish.
This is my favorite recipe for potato soup. It's a copycat of the one they use to serve at the St. Louis Bread Company (Panera). The recipe originally called for shredding your potatoes, but I never could get them to cook that way. I know they should cook faster, but I never could get it to work.
The secret to this is to use cold cooked potatoes, a cast-iron skillet and don't over stir while they brown in the skillet, this makes a great accompaniment to eggs, prep time does not included overnight chilling time.
This is the same basic recipe my mom has always made. A lot of the measurements are guesses and should be added to taste. You can also add peppers, pickles, celery, etc. I made this in a small batch today, since it's just me. It's a good amount for one or two people to eat a few times. But it's easy enough to double or triple or....you get the idea. I love this because it's what I grew up on and I am not a celery fan and also find most commercial potato salad to be too bland or too sweet.