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Idaho® Potato Bunny Cakes

Despite what they might think, kids cannot live on the bounties of the Easter basket alone. So after all the eggs have been found (or at least you hope ALL have been found) and before the chocolate bunny is missing more than one ear, we propose a breakfast so fun that it won’t be hard…

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Fish Fry

For 60 days a year, starting in February and ending either late March or early April, fish becomes a standard on menus on Fridays. Expect to see clam chowder as the daily soup choice and fish fries popping up in church gyms. So why no meat on Fridays and why doesn’t fish count as meat?…

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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

On March 17 there’s more Irish people than any other day of the year as no one (whether they actually come from this lineage or not) wants to be left out of the fun. And I don’t think there’s any doubt that the Irish like to have fun and with St. Patrick’s Day being on…

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Souper Easy Dinner

Throughout the holiday season we partnered with a variety of bloggers to come up with souper easy dinner ideas, starting with – you guessed it – Idahoan Hearty Soups. The holidays might be over but these recipes are going to help us keep us warm from the inside out all winter long. One example is…

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Mashed Idaho® Potato Coffee Ring with Cinnamon Drizzle

Ready for Christmas Morning!

Ok… before you even look at the recipe, we admit it’s more complicated than most we post but our friends over at the Idaho Potato Commission teamed up with blogger Monica Kass Rogers of Lost Recipes Found to create this recipe for Mashed Idaho® Potato Coffee Ring with Cinnamon Drizzle. If that doesn’t have Christmas…

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Souper Holiday Season Supper

While there’s a lot of meals during the holiday season that we spend extra time on, there’s still a lot that we need to squeeze in between our regularly scheduled activities, whether that be meetings or sports practice; homework or housework. And this on top of all the extra holiday activities vying for your time…

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Spinach Dip in Mini Baguettes

A New Take on Spinach Dip

It’s never a bad idea to have a couple favorite appetizer recipes up your sleeves – especially when it comes to the holidays. There’s so many opportunities to get together with friends and family, it’s nice to have a dish that’s tried and true, yet fresh and new. Spinach dip is the tried and true…

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Shortbread Cookies

Christmas cookies are one of our favorite holiday traditions. Maybe it’s because it’s a simple way for multiple generations to make memories together. Often the recipes are passed down and are family treasures that are baked just this one special time of year. Shortbread definitely falls in that category so you can imagine that we…

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Gone in an Instant Idahoan Donuts

Idahoan Donuts

In part what makes the holidays so special is there’s more time spent with family and friends and more celebrating to be done. Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings are both prime examples and food is always such a big part of these days.  It’s one of the times of year when we don’t mind spending a…

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Aligot Mashed

Bring on Mashed Potato Season

As you might imagine, the holidays are one of our favorite times of year as mashed potatoes are an essential part of many celebratory menus. Some might even consider them mandatory. And while we like our mashed potatoes the traditional way with gravy, it’s also the season for a little extra decadence. Enter Aligot (pronounced…

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Easter Traditions

My sister-in-law was coming to visit for Easter a couple years ago and when my husband asked her what she wanted to the holiday dinner, she replied, “the usual.” That inspired a conversation about what “the usual” actually means – about how foods create traditions, especially around holiday menus. For many ham and scalloped potatoes…

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Soup Season

It’s soup season in Idaho. With the holidays behind us, it’s nice when things slow down a bit. A time to revive and rejuvenate for the busy farming months ahead. And when it’s icy cold and the snow is blowing sideways, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of hot soup. There’s something comforting about…

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