My friend, Susan, at Savoring Time in the Kitchen, has done several posts entitled Ode to a Tuber….
Susan is a wonderful photographer and excellent cook. You can check out some wonderful tuber recipes there, among other things. Her latest post is on Caramel Apples…they look delicious…
Now what the heck does this have to do with Outdoor Wednesday??? Well, potatoes grow OUTDOORS!
I join Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for her weekly event….I hope Susan is ok, she has been very quiet lately!
So when I bought 50 lbs of potatoes the other day at the Farm, I thought I would include in some of my posts to answer the question everyone asks,
‘WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH 50 LBS OF POTATOES???”
Now mine won’t be fancy recipes like Susan’s, cause I am just
A Common ‘Tater… ba da boom :)
I don’t know how long it will take, but I’ll let you know when they are gone!!
These are fresh, I saw them bring them in from the farm, infants if you will,…and local..
Tuesday’s post showed Ghost Pie, using these taters to form the ghosts..
I also used them to make Pea Soup with Ham.
I always put potatoes in my Pea Soup..do you??
Slice thin, toss in olive oil, salt and pepper and bake..sprinkle shredded Parmesan on the last 10 min or so…
Mashed with gravy…When I was growing up, I think we had Mashed Potatoes every night! I could peel by the time I was 6…My sister couldn’t eat them for years due to this cruel and unusual treatment. Hey, we’re Irish, a meal wasn’t a meal without the mashed potatoes back then!
It speaks for itself….:) An indiv along with 2 minis…
Got to have potatoes in a pot pie..
I don’t know why the song “50 Ways to Leave a Lover” is on my mind…surely I won’t find 50 ways to use potatoes, but tune in again for a few more…
Thanks for visiting, sorry I don’t have any changing leaves to show you…I do have some pretty mums blooming along side the impatiens…
And some Montauk Daisies….
Still very green here, and I’ll take it !!
I am testing out the Live Writer, so bear with me,please!