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Tater Talk October 2016: Spooky Spuds

october 2016

Spooky Spuds

Halloween is right around the corner, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with spooky and delicious Idaho® potato recipes! Food blogger Kathy Hester has curated a couple of mouth-watering recipes specifically for the IPC, including her Spooky Skull Vegan Pot Pies Made with Idaho® Potato Rolls. This creamy, vegan pot pie has all the flavors found in the classic, hearty comfort food, and the flaky Idaho® potato rolls are perfect for soaking up the pie’s broth. For more Halloween-themed recipes, check out the website…»

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Clean & Simple Blogger Recipes

Planning the perfect family menu can be quite overwhelming! Luckily, the IPC released clean and simple Idaho® potato recipes courtesy of our food blogger friends. Your family will be begging for seconds of the tangy lemon, and buttery potatoes in Courtney Rowland’s Lemon Rosemary Melting Idaho® Potatoes. Visit our website for more Clean & Simple recipes…»

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RODS Racing Partnership

For many years the IPC has been a strong supporter of RODS Racing, an organization raising awareness and funds to promote the adoption of orphans with Down Syndrome. RODS saves the lives of these children and the IPC is very proud to partner with such a worthy cause. Learn more about RODS and how you can get involved by visiting the RODS website…»

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Healthy Nibbles and Bits: Fingerling Idaho® Potato Frittata

Longstanding IPC food blogger Lisa Linn whips up some breakfast dishes that will have your kids scrambling out of bed to get to the kitchen table. Her Fingerling Idaho® Potato Frittata with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto combines creamy Fingerling potatoes, eggs, and crunchy, flavorful vegetables to help start the morning off right. Learn how to make this delicious dish on the IPC’s YouTube channel…»
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Ask Dr. Potato:
How can I spice up my Hash dishes this year?

A: To add a signature touch to your hash, consider colorful potato varieties such as reds and yellow-flesh potatoes or fingerlings for the base.

In winter, the color and flavor of root vegetables and winter squash will warm vegetarian hashes. Or load any hash with multiple proteins - think sausage, ham and bacon - for a meat-centric meal.

As always, presentation can seal the deal. Using a cast iron skillet gives hash a homespun appeal your guests will love. For unique hash recipes and more tips from Dr. Potato, visit the website…»

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