brown butter and sage parmesan mashed potatoes

Brown Butter and Sage Parmesan Mashed Potatoes

I stumbled upon some of the best mashed potatoes I’ve ever eaten this week. I had some sage sitting in the fridge (not all that common for me), and absolutely loving the way sage and brown butter taste together, I thought I’d try that in some mashed potatoes. I was putting it beside my baked…

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Southern Style Corn from the freezer

Now, I don’t actually know if this is southern style corn. In fact, I would guess that it’s not. I just didn’t know what else to call this and southern sounded good (truth be told I was ok with bacon corn, but thought others might find it a little plain sounding…). Please don’t hate me…

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Flavor Packed Potato Fans

I’ve tried about a half-dozen versions of potato fans, and I kept coming up with the same complaint –  the potato itself had no flavor. Finally, I decided to just go rogue. Take what I had learned with the prep, but amp up the seasoning of the potato. I was not disappointed.

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Onion Strings

We have a restaurant in Canada called The Keg. It’s a great steak house chain where you can get a pretty damn good steak under muted lighting. Every girl likes muted lighting. Bo and I used to go there all the time when we wanted a bit of a nicer meal. But then we had two kids….

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Caramalized Root Veggies – Rutabaga Edition

It’s tough sometimes to cook vegetables. I feel like it’s always the same thing: carrots, broccoli, cauliflower. steamed, boiled. salt, pepper, a little butter. It’s boring. It has its place. But it’s still boring. Also, why is it that things like rutabaga and sweet potatoes only really make an appearance around the holidays? This is…

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Roasted Potatoes and Carrots

I’ll admit it, the simple task of throwing together some vegetables and roasting them has always seemed daunting to me. I’ve never fully believe that it could be THAT easy. That I could just throw whatever kind of vegetable I wanted onto a baking sheet, pop it in the oven, and call it a day….

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