No soaking? Only one fry? Start the potatoes in cold (yes, cold) oil? Come on. I had to try it. And man, am I glad I did. Hands down, these are the easiest, most delicious fries I’ve ever made.
Posts tagged "potatoes"
What’s the thing I like best about making my mashed parsnips and potatoes? Transforming the leftovers into light and fluffy mashed potato pancakes. They’re crisp on the outside, and creamy on the inside. Serve them for brunch with a dollop of garlick-y sour cream or a compound butter with freshly grated Parmesan and garlic. They’re […]pancakes, parsnip, potatoes
Ever since this month’s Gourmet magazine showed up at The Mouse House, I kept going back to this recipe. When I found a bag of the sweetest little red bliss potatoes, I took it as a sign. The skins are crisp, the potatoes are soft and fluffy, and it’s ridiculously fun to fry a whole […]appetizer, parmesan, potatoes
I have a pretty strong nesting instinct year round. When the cold weather kicks in, though, I go into overdrive, and start to do things like knit scarves and make stew and bake in the wee hours of the morning when I can’t sleep. Here’s my first beef stew of the season. It’s a warm, […]beef, carrots, potatoes, stew
Omelettes have always been one of my favorite weekend foods. You can get up late, fill one with whatever you have on hand, and it will keep you going for most of the day. When I moved to Boston, my favorite omelettes came from Deli Haus, a diner in Kenmore Square which sadly isn’t there […]eggs, omelette, potatoes