• Grandma Howitt’s Potato Salad

    AKA: the only kind worth eating! I don’t tend to gravitate toward just any potato salad. Homemade or store bought: I’ll have a bite or two here and there, but I can definitely skip it all together. Unless it’s Grandma Howitt’s potato salad – then all bets are off and move outta my way! I will have seconds…possibly thirds…and I’m not sorry about it! I know many others who feel this way. In fact, at a wedding where we knew a large batch of this potato salad had been contributed for the meal, we insisted the gals on dinner duty bring it out for us (before the other variety had…

  • Scalloped Potatoes

    Click link above to head straight to this gluten free/celiac safe recipe! One of my favorite things is being able to pick up whole turkeys and hams after the holiday season at a discount. LOL – you know you’re an adult when…. It may seem silly to cook an entire turkey or ham for a family of five but I’ve found it such a cost effective way to get meals on the table. Where turkey and ham is involved, these meats are versatile and can be used in SOOOOOO MANY recipes. Plus, they freeze well after cooked. We typically have a “meat main with sides” the first night one of…

  • Baked Potato Wedges

      There are about a million different ways to make potatoes; ranging from few ingredients, little time and super easy to…well…everything opposite of that. Here is a basic (i.e. few ingredients, little time, super easy) potato recipe that can be served just like this OR dressed up with lots of different toppings, dipping sauces, etc. Ingredients: -Large baking (russet) potatoes, peeled, cut into wedges -Cooking oil (I used avocado oil because it withstands higher baking temps without damaging the oil, but you use what you have on hand) -Seasoned Salt -Pepper Instructions: -If you have time, allow your potato wedges to soak in cold water for a bit. 30 minutes…