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Posted by on Apr 19, 2013 in Food

Roast Potatoes and Panko Crusted Cod

Roast Potatoes and Panko Crusted Cod

If I were to say I cook great meals every day I’d of course be lying. It’s often accurate to say I thaw out something intending to cook and then abandon it to bake mini corn dogs and tator tots. That was yesterday. Today then I had thawed out cod that really needed to be consumed or tossed. Wracked with a headache that has consumed me all day I set about making a new to me kind of roasted potato dish and panko crusted cod. We start by removing the paper skin from the cloves of a bulb of garlic. Get the smallest potatoes you can find. I have Yukon golds, but reds should be fine too. Two tablespoons of olive oil gold. Three twigs each of rosemary and thyme. Things are gonna start smelling real good here shortly. Toss all together and put on a foil lined jelly roll pan. Sprinkle with salt. I went with my Maldon flake salt. Bake in the oven at 450 for 25...

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Posted by on Apr 7, 2013 in Food, Recipes

Escalloped Potatoes

Escalloped Potatoes

My family has this dish at nearly every holiday, save Thanksgiving when there’s already mashed potatoes present. I say this but my sister will go ahead and make escalloped potatoes because she feels she needs them. This is one of my all time favorite things to eat. It’s a side dish at our holiday gatherings but you can turn it in to a main course simply by adding cubed ham. After Easter I had so many left overs that I was adding cubed ham to it for lunch days later. So, you can read this, right? Good. First up is 2 cups of cheddar cheese. Add to that a can of cream of chicken. Then 2 cups of sour cream. I always use fat-free. The recipe calls for 36 oz of hash browns but I don’t know where you find a bag of 36 ounces, so I put about a bag and a half. Recipe says “grated” onion but I tend to just chop it up real fine like....

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