Potatoes are a classic side dish. Anyway you cut, slice, mash, or smash them, potatoes recipes are must-haves on the menu all year-round. Serve them for any occasion. From weeknight meals and holiday buffets to elegant dinner parties and casual gatherings, you'll find a potato recipe that fills the bill. Try our delicious hash browns, twice-baked, au gratin, cheesy mashed, new potatoes, wedges, casseroles, patties, and scallops that are perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You won't be able to pass up our delicious creamy soups or innovative potato salads that toss in all kinds of summer-fresh veggies like tomatoes, green beans, broccoli, corn, carrots, cauliflower, sweet peppers, squash, and spinach. We'll even show you how it's done with oodles of instruction, including mashing potatoes, cooking sweet potatoes, making hash browns and even sweet potato pie. And if it's convenience that you're after, we have make-ahead and slow cooker recipes that take some of the pressure off just when you need it most.
Rosemary lovers, you'll never ever want to eat potatoes any other way after you taste this stunning side dish. Processing flake salt and fresh rosemary together to create an herb salt adds the amazing flavor you won't be able to get enough of.
Writer and lifestyle expert, Kristin Eriko Posner, loves setting out latkes, like this mochi flour version, with lots of toppers for guests to build their own. It makes for an interactive element to your gathering.
Your new go-to potato casserole recipe is here! It's the perfect side dish for any holiday or potluck gathering because it serves a crowd and because it tastes like twice-baked potatoes, everyone will love it. Did we mention it's a dump casserole? Simply, prep, dump, and bake. Or, use our homemade version for an extra-special gathering.
Bring an easy-to-share platter of this favorite low-country recipe to the table and everyone will be impressed. We call for smoked kielbasa or andouille sausage for this seafood boil since it's already cooked, that way you only have to worry about cooking until the shrimp is done without worrying about overcooked shrimp. Toss in the lemon halves last to squeeze over the shrimp and sausage boil for bright fresh flavor.
Got leftover sweet potatoes? Toss them in this spicy curry soup! This warm, cozy fall recipe is a great way to use up some of your Thanksgiving leftovers, since you only need five more ingredients and a few pantry staples to toss it together.