Tag Archives: Potatoes

Vegan Causa Limena

I came across this recipe from a favorite food online food publication called Taste. When the aji amarillo came in the mail (I bought this from Amazon and it was great), I used what I had (meaning I modified a … Continue reading

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Wrinkly Potatoes

This one’s for you, Nicki! These potatoes take about 20 minutes to make, have the perfect consistency, and are perfectly seasoned. Serve with a chimichurri dip; chop up and add to a salad or omelet or scramble (the photo is … Continue reading

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Greek Baked Lamb Stew

I was recently perusing recipes I had cut out, hoping to try, and came across a recipe for a baked lamb stew, Greek style, filled with potatoes and lots of flavor.  It was simple to make and tasted great.  Apologies … Continue reading

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Mokimo

To meet her newest grandson, Simon’s Cucu (pronounced sho-sho), his grandmother from Kenya, came to visit.  In an attempt to make some Kenyan food, Patrick and I darted around the kitchen and made mokimo, a dish that combines potatoes, corn … Continue reading

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Jewish Brisket (Grandma Gloria’s recipe)

With the Jewish holidays recently passed, and the baby in my belly asking me to eat a little more beef than usual, I felt like whipping up a brisket.  Grandma sent me this recipe while I was in college and … Continue reading

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Latkes

While Channukah is still a couple of weeks away, given our family members’ busy schedules, and the plan that we would be celebrating my birthday, we decided to roll Channukah in.  And of course, Channukah would not be complete without … Continue reading

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Belgian Beef Stew

Perusing some of the magazines recently dropped through my mail slot, I came across a recipe for Belgian beef stew in Food & Wine magazine by Andrew Zimmerman.  I pulled it out, thinking I could continue on my slow-cooker kick … Continue reading

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Bibimbap (Korean Fried Rice)

Bibimbap is one of those satisfying, all-in-one type dishes that once you have it, you want it again and again.  I came across a recipe that made bibimbap into a homemade, healthier, vegetarian version.  I have now made it about … Continue reading

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Pollo Saltado

Pollo saltado is a delicious Peruvian stir fry dish that incorporates red onions, tomatoes, chicken, french fries, and a cross between South American and Asian flavors.  I have loved this dish ever since the first time I ate it, and … Continue reading

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Tsimmis Chicken

For our Christmas entree, we decided to make chicken with a Jewish twist (go figure).  This chicken is great because it is pretty easy to make and is really a one pan meal – it has protein, veggies, and carbs.  … Continue reading

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