potatoes

30+ Favorite Summer Potato Salad Recipes

A cookout just isn’t a cookout without potato salad. It’s one of my favorite side dishes of all time, and there are so many delicious variations. My all-time favorite potato salad recipe is this one. It’s one of the first recipes I ever posted here on The PinterTest Kitchen. I love that it includes sour […]

Roasted Potato Ribbons with Leeks

I got a new toy! I’ve wanted a spiralizer for a long time, but I thought they were too expensive, not to mention to big and bulky for my tiny kitchen. Then, Brieftons sent me their spiralizer and I realized I was completely wrong! This bad boy is under $30, super light, and comes apart […]

Indian Chicken and Potato Stew

Usually, I stick to the stuff I know when I’m cooking dinner. Roast Chicken with Vegetables. French Break Pizza. Rustic Beef Stew. My fiance Jeffrey and I love food from just about every ethnicity, but we usually go out to eat when staying too far from what I grew up eating. But every once in […]

Easy New England Clam Chowder in Toasted Bread Bowls

I’m a huge fan of semi-homemade recipes. You don’t have to cook everything 100% from scratch to give your family a tasty, satisfying meal. Life is too short to spend every waking moment in the kitchen. Sandra Lee is of course the queen of semi-homemade recipes. I picked up a few of her cookbooks, and […]

Leek and Potato Soup #secretrecipeclub

This month for Secret Recipe Club, I was assigned to create and taste-test a recipe from Butter Yum. I was so excited to get Patricia’s blog, because all of her recipes look so delicious! We just finished up #Choctoberfest with Imperial Sugar, so even though her Mini NY Cheesecakes and Decadent Chocolate Tart recipes both […]

Oven Roasted Herb Potatoes #HotSummerEats

There are few side dishes I’d rather eat than potatoes. Just call me the Queen of Carbs. If anything is worth the carbs, it’s this recipe for Oven Roasted Herb Potatoes, which I made as part of #HotSummerEats. One of our awesome sponsors is Gourmet Gardens, which I mentioned before when I posted this Bacon […]

Oven Roasted Chicken and Potatoes

Sometimes, I buy groceries without a real plan. I know, I’m a rouge! And while I do make a list most of the time, so I’m prepared for the recipes I want to make in the upcoming week or two (especially now that we’re doing monthly meal plans), sometimes I just buy ingredients that speak […]

White Wine Chunky Potato and Corn Chowder

I like to eat soup anytime. For me, I am satisfied with just soup. But my husband needs to have some kind of meat with it. (Allison’s note: my boyfriend is the same way – he says that soup alone isn’t manly enough!) Soup and a sandwich is a great lunch or supper. You could […]

Rustic Beef Stew with Red Wine

We’re on a red wine kick here at The PinterTest Kitchen. Last week, I posted a sweet red wine cupcake recipe, but I wanted to share another great red wine recipe in case you had some wine left over that you needed to use. Hahahaha…just kidding. Like there’s ever be wine left over. What does […]

Chicken Leek Soup with Golden Potatoes

Okay, this past month kind of got away from me. I know I promised you a leek recipe after posting my instructions on how to clean links! But good news – I was recently named Blog Manger at an amazing company called Udemy, and the first month of working there definitely kept me really busy. […]

Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Pot Pie

If you think pot pie is a baked vegetable and meat dish topped with a pie-like crust, you’re wrong. Sorry. Hehe, just kidding. Where I grew up, though, pot pie was something very different. It’s not a baked savory pie, it’s actually a very thick stew-like meal with huge noodles, potatoes, meat, and veggies. It’s […]

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Disclaimer: I am not the biggest fan of sweet potatoes. I have an especially adverse reaction to the stick gooey that people drizzle over tip. Yuck. So when my roommate, Leighann, said she was trying a new sweet potato recipe for Thanksgiving instead of making regular white potatoes, I was a little bummed But to […]