Posts Tagged mashed potatoes
Enough with the spud-bashing, folks. Potatoes can be good for you, especially so with recipes like this for kale & dillisk mashed potatoes, a (mostly) raw food version of colcannon (raw except for the spuds, that is)
A new gadget for an old problem: how to make proper mashed potatoes; I try out the Masha – a hand blender specifically designed for mashing potatoes – to see how it rates
A visit to Mash Direct in Comber, Co. Down – an impressive company with an admirable ethos, a nifty double decker bus and oodles of potatoes
My thoughts on Frank Bruni’s New York Times piece on visiting Ireland and the cliché that is the ubiquity of potatoes here, plus a recipe for some less-than-ubiquitous caramelised apple mashed potato.
A mash-eating, Olympic-watching, spud-reading week in the potato-fuelled life of The Daily Spud
While there has been much comment lately on genetically modified potatoes, when it comes to GM, I am more about this Garlic Mash than anything else
Take some boiled potato, mash it, dry the pieces out in the oven until golden and crunchy, et voilà, potato crumbs. Scatter wherever you think crunch, gluten-free or otherwise, is needed.
In which I make the Irish mashed potato classic of colcannon, but with a slight Mediterranean twist. I also learn to love curly kale. No small thing, I assure you.