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Messy Potatoes

Some of the best things are born of near disasters, and that applies to cooking. If every dish turned out perfectly, where would that leave creativity? 559 more words


Garden update

I took a bit of a tour again this morning to check on the possibility of putting in the garden today. It should have been in a few weeks ago, but with the frost, snow, more frost, high winds, and now the rain, it has been a difficult year to get anything accomplished. 341 more words

Life In The Dakotas

Potato Of The Day Episode 29 - Potato Noir Part IV

The honorable Yukon Gold is a retired judge, a soggy old man, aged in barrels of xenophobia and nepotism. He’s got a son in the DA’s office, will probably be assigned the case if the bastard I’m hunting is lucky enough to get cuffs over a bullet in the brain. 365 more words

Potato Of The Day

Yukon Gold Potatoes in Burlap Sacks

There is so much out there about how to grow potatoes, increase yields by continually burying the stems, and how fantastic they taste compared to store-bought.  279 more words

Burlap Sacks

Rib Roast Dinner

It’s Alvin again and today my post is going to be the very first in my First Try Series. I get asked a lot where I learned to cook and honestly most of my knowledge came from finding things on the internet and giving them a try. 1,676 more words


Spuds Are In

We’ve been the beneficiaries of a couple potato harvests planted by others. The first was in Portugal and the second here at Coppertop. The red potatoes we enjoyed from our farm near Lisbon were large, waxy, and delicious. 364 more words

Asparagus Potato Salad

It’s springtime and local asparagus is back in stores and at the farmers’ markets. Here’s an easy recipe for potato salad that includes delicious, fresh asparagus. 272 more words