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Souper Ideas

I love soup. I love it so much that it would be my last meal. Thinking back to the soups that my grandmother and mother used to make, it was an all-day labor of love. The house was filled with the delicious aroma of onions and chicken broth. Grandma’s specialty was chicken noodle soup with…

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Grandma Caroline’s Inspired Cheese and Apple Hash Browns

One of my fondest memories as a child was to have a tea party with my grandma. There were always treats served with our strong and sweet Russian tea and my favorite was a thinly sliced red apple and cheddar cheese. It was no coincidence that I stumbled on an Idahoan version in our test…

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Teaming up with Chef Casey Thompson for the Holidays

Idahoan is teaming up with Chef Casey Thompson of Top Chef fame for the holidays and a show stopping main course.

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Great Things About Pittsburgh

If I could live in a large city I think I would choose Pittsburgh. There are lots of cultural events, sports venues, friendly people, incredible restaurants and the audacity to cover all sorts of entrees with French fries. Yep, you heard me…French fries. In preparation for our latest Idahoan Mashed Potato Cup promotion and support…

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Shrimp, Mashed Potatoes & New Orleans

Bring home the taste of New Orleans with shrimp & grits with an Idahoan twist – mashed potatoes of course!

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July is National Hot Dog Month After All

The Idahoan-style hot dog made with Buttery Homestyle Flavored Mashed Potatoes is a picnic on a bun!

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Breakfast for Dinner

One of many things that I love about weekends is that at my house it always involves a Sunday morning breakfast for the family. Pancakes, waffles, omelets or my favorite, a hash brown casserole. It’s a great break from the normal weekday breakfast ritual and a chance to slow down and catch up with family….

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A very Idahoan 4th of July!

We love the 4th of July at Idahoan! The entire week is filled with great events and anticipation of the best fireworks display west of Washington DC. Many of us go up to the hills (Eastern Idaho speak for the mountains) with RV’s and tents. Traditional picnic and backyard barbeque recipes get dusted off, the…

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Summer Entertaining

Several years ago, I worked for an Idaho company that transferred several employees to a site in West Virginia. As in many situations, we found that the best way to forge a new culture was through food. Our potlucks, set up in a huge warehouse on butcher paper covered tables, were spectacular. Our new West…

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Harvesting Spring

My dad, a long time farmer and gardener, always says that peas should be planted on Saint Patrick’s Day. It’s one of the first things put in the ground each year and I use this day in the garden to work in a few other seeds – lettuces, radishes, green onions and carrots. It’s a…

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Bring on summer!

It seems like it was an exceptionally long, cold winter here in Idaho Falls but with the weather forecast for the holiday weekend ahead looking to be in the mid 70’s, I think we have turned the corner and summer just might be in sight. This is the weekend to pull out the patio furniture,…

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Smørrebrød – Idahoan Style

This open-faced Scandinavian-inspired roast beef sandwich with horseradish cream is the perfect use for leftover mashed potatoes!

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