In my house we eat a LOT of potato dishes, but I know they're not necessarily the healthiest recipes. The main problem is that we use a ton of butter and heavy cream, which I know I could cut out, but you just don't get the same level of creaminess. I'm looking for some tasty recipes that mimic mashed or baked potatoes, but substitute the potatoes for other main ingredients, like maybe cauliflower or white bean puree. Any suggestions?
I had two Honey Baked Hams at Christmas, the bones of which are now sitting in my freezer. I've found plenty of split pea soup and green bean recipes, but what other suggestions do you have on how to use the leftover bones?
Anybody ever notice that the team competitions on Hell's Kitchen always come down to the LAST vote? It seems that no matter what either team has done (in nearly every single episode for 8 seasons where a point score is kept!), the score is always tied until the very last vote. Don't get me wrong; that's just good TV, but is it good competition? I say no.
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