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    POTATOES, SPUDS, TATERS!!!

    Potatoes, ahhh, my favorite food! Pasta and Perogy are a close second and in separate cook books. Photo is by cookiedog for Roasted Red Potatoes #203449.
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    A nice, creamy potato salad that will go well at any barbeque! From Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #480192

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    The next time you make mashed potatoes make a 2 cups extra and put that 2 cups away before adding the milk and butter to the rest. You can even freeze the 2 cups that you saved. That way your all set to make this delicious side dish when ever you want to.

    Recipe #464791

    3 Reviews |  By IngridH

    Another childhood favorite. Mom would serve these for dinner along with lingonberry preserves. Prep time includes 2 hours to rest the batter.

    Recipe #424380

    Too hot to turn the oven on? You can still have delicious creamy potatoes with this savory recipe. Peeling is optional, and any kind of parmesan you have is fine. Note: Thanks to the reviewers who made this the second-place winner! I've noted the things you said, and made a few adjustments. Note: This is a stovetop recipe. I do not recommend making it in the oven. Although it can be done successfully, it takes about twice as long to cook using raw potatoes. Using cooked or partially cooked potatoes does not give the sauce a chance to thicken properly. The dish also has a serious tendency to scorch in the oven.

    Recipe #384249

    I started with a recipe that I found on the McCormick spice website but I have changed it to incorporate vegetables and herbs that better suit my family’s taste preferences. This is a very versatile recipe that lends itself well to changes. Use whatever vegetables and herb combinations that work best for you. Some of the other vegetables that I have enjoyed in this dish include yellow squash, corn on the cob (cut into 1-inch chunks) and other bell peppers (green, yellow, orange).

    Recipe #376387

    There's never enough to go around.

    Recipe #375255

    You can use any kind of stock you want, depending on the flavor of the main dish you serve these with--beef stock if you're serving beef, chicken stock with chicken--or use vegetable stock for a completely vegetarian dish. You can even use water if you absolutely must. A cast-iron pan is preferred. Do not use nonstick. From the Prudhomme Family Cookbook. Thanks to the commenters who noted that black pepper was listed twice. The second ingredient should have been white pepper.

    Recipe #373447

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Meat, potatoes, vegetables..... All in one scruptious baked potato! A great meal using leftovers too. You can opt to quick-cook the potato in the microwave (without the foil!), but for an extremely moist and creamy potato, follow the instructions and take the long route. Either way it's a meal fit for a king.... or queen. ;)

    Recipe #368886

    Another recipe that comes from the 1995 Vegetarian Times Complete Cookbook. Time spent frying these cakes depends on how many can be made at one time!

    Recipe #368123

    Adapted from a recipe in 'The Australian Women's Weekly's Cooking on a Shoestring'. If you aren't vegetarian and you can stretch your shoestring to include bacon, a couple of rashers of bacon tastes great as an additional topping. I've added a couple of extra herbs to the original recipe that had only the rosemary and, if you're making this, I'd encourage you to use whatever are your favourite herbs. I've included the pizza dough from the original recipe but I've also made this with Recipe #4892, which I found when checking on Zaar before posting this recipe. It also makes a deliciously crisp and flavoursome pizza base. The preparation time below includes the 60 minutes standing dough when making the dough.

    Recipe #365835

    My adaptation of Huey's Weiner Schnitzel with a Proper Potato Salad. It is the homemade mayonnaise that makes this potato salad particularly delicious - or as Huey described it "proper" - and making it in a food processor couldn't be easier, although it could, of course, also be made by hand. Huey opts for vegetable oil here rather than olive oil as he insists that it can more effectively be flavoured with other ingredients such as herbs and garlic. The bacon he panfries in olive oil and then adds to the hot potatoes which readily absorb the bacon juices. The leftover eggwash he suggests saving and later adding to some extra eggs to make scrambled eggs. To avoid getting lumps in the breadcrumbs, he suggests using one hand for dipping each schnitzel in the flour and egg and the other hand for dipping the floured, egged schnitzel into the breadcrumbs. If you want to enjoy the potato salad at its most flavoursome, it is essential that it NOT be placed in the fridge but that it is made and eaten on the same day.

    Recipe #365516

    This is from Anne Burrell on Food Network. I saw this on her show Secrets of a Restaurant Chef and I made it. It is fun to make and tastes so good with the parmesan cheese!! I like that it uses olive oil instead of the butter used in the traditional Pommes Anna.

    Recipe #358809

    I grew up with the traditional 'layered potato and onion' version of scalloped potatoes. My husband doesn't care for onions, so I had to find another way to enjoy this dish. I'm not willing to give up the flavour you get by using onions, so I finely chop them before cooking. That way they disappear from site but not from taste. This has become our standard recipe that has received lots of compliments, and is always requested when the kids come to visit. Especially good with meatloaf. You can vary the taste by adding different spices. I've even added peas to the assembly. Also, feel free to increase the amount of cheese. NOTE: Your sauce will thicken much quicker if you use warmed milk. Microwave it for 1-1/2 minutes on High.

    Recipe #358286

    4 Reviews |  By JeanieK

    This wonderful dish has been a family favorite since I was a child. I think I remember my mom getting the recipe out of the local newspaper back in the early 70's. It tastes like a loaded baked potato to me, only better! It is great for the holidays, especially the 'dairy' ones.

    Recipe #350194

    2 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    You'll enjoy the caramelized onions in this dish. From the recipe collection of Bird's sister Kathy.

    Recipe #339853

    Adapted from MS Living November 2008

    Recipe #339174

    I love this recipe for the holidays because you can prepare it the day before and bake when needed. This recipe is from the Copper Kettle Chorus cookbook my Mother gave me 16 years ago. These mashed potatoes really rich and creamy delicious!

    Recipe #338995

    6 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Cook Smart Vegetarian, looks good and saving here till I can get to try. Sounds great for diabetics as it uses sweet potatoe. Wikepedia describe panch phoron as equal amounts of fenugreek, nigella seeds, mustard seeds, fennel and cumin.

    Recipe #336995

    These are very similar to the steamed potatoes my mom 'Mimi' used to make in the cast iron skillet. I like to make these with any roasted meat - just put them all in the oven at the same time - set it and forget it !! I use Pyramid All Natural Mediterranean Salad Herb Seasoning for this dish - I find it on the spice aisle at the grocery.

    Recipe #331922

    From the Marlboro Country Cookbook....something to perk up the standard side of mashed or baked potatoes. Thinly sliced red, white and sweet potatoes are layered and baked with butter and fresh grated Parmesan (I sometimes substitute Asiago cheese). This particular cookbook is perhaps my favorite. Very rich, western and south-western style recipes. If you can get your hands on one (through E-Bay, a yard sale or otherwise) I highly recommend you add it to your cookbook collection!

    Recipe #322526

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