Posts Tagged “potatoes”

{Video} Fried latkes vs baked latkes

By | December 18, 2014

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So something really exciting happened this week — ready for it? — I lost my camera. That meant that my big plans to do a post about fried latkes vs. baked latkes were going downhill fast, because you can’t do a blog post without a photo (be honest now, you’d glide right over a photo-less post, […]

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Recipe review: Layered rakott crumpli (Hungarian potato & egg casserole)

By | January 28, 2014

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This is the second of the two recipes I’m testing and sharing from Jamie Geller’s new cookbook, Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes (the first was her lemon lover’s chummus). I was provided with a review copy of the book, but my opinions are my own. You can see lots more of Jamie’s recipes […]

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Mexican potato bake (Plus: December Kosher Connection linkup!)

By | December 16, 2013

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Nothing does it for me like potatoes. It hardly matters what I do with them: pan-fry in the skillet and top with cottage cheese; shred and make into latkes; boil and mash with butter and salt; roast to perfection…seriously, just take a look at my recipe index. This is the 18th potato recipe. For the comfort food […]

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Potato leek latkes

By | November 28, 2013

I have a confession to make. Although for these last three Chanukahs, I’ve been singing the praises of lots and lots of alternatives to the standard potato latke, my all-time favorite is actually…a standard potato latke. A perfectly made standard potato latke, with lacy soft middles and crispy brown outsides and more sour cream than […]

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