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Potato Vegetable Salad

Potato Vegetable Salad

Potato Vegetable Salad? Vegetable Potato Salad? And I didn’t even mention the eggs… Years ago some variation of this was my go-to dish for pot lucks and picnics. “Anne will bring potato salad, of course. Anne, that salad with the unpeeled potatoes? With the egg/onion/veggies? […]

Irish American Corned Beef and Cabbage

Irish American Corned Beef and Cabbage

Irish American Corned Beef and Cabbage – a classically American dish, made by immigrants combining familiar technique with available food! Great American cooking has two major influences, which sometimes intersect. The first, of course, is the bounty of the land itself – miles and miles […]

One Pot Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

One Pot Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

Make this fast one pot meal of chicken, sweet potatoes and vegetables! A delicious easy dinner! Even food bloggers sometimes walk into the kitchen, glance at the clock – and realize we don’t have enough time to cook the meal we had planned. Or at […]

Potato Salad with Parsley

Potato Salad with Parsley

I actually have two potato salad recipes. One is my pride and joy, the one I’ve been specifically asked to bring to potlucks, the complex recipe with many ingredients that everyone asks me about. This isn’t that one. That one has mayonnaise…

Hash and Eggs

Hash and Eggs

Looking through and evaluating old posts, on the one hand, and considering what I want to accomplish with this blog, on the other, I noticed a gap. I talk about cooking food in bulk – a slow cooker full of chicken or pork shoulder, for […]