French fries. Mashed potatoes. Baked potatoes. Hash browns. Potato wedges. Potatoes are basically always delicious whichever way you cook them. Even if you’ve never had a particular potato dish, if it’s potato-based, you know it’s starchy goodness for you. Here are 14 different ways to cook a potato from Food, People, Places. I didn’t even recognize some but I know I want to eat them all.
APERITIF time! Freshly made PAILLASSON DE POMME DE TERRE (French version of hash brown) topped with crème fraiche and chives and smoked trout. Apéritif is a French word, which comes from the Latin aperire, meaning “to open.” An important part of France's dining traditions, aperitifs are alcoholic beverages sipped as appetite-stimulating lead-ins to a meal. Here, we'll be sipping on a crisp Rosé!