One Super Mom. One Firefighter. One Polar Adventurer.
Six tasty recipe-videos full of potato amazingness.
How might one idea-fueled fabric designer get dinner done for her family of six? How does one volunteer firefighter extinguish the growl of a hungry crew? How would an extreme explorer whip up lunch while trekking through some of the most remote locations left on Earth? Fortunately, you can find the answers to these questions in the recipe videos below. Enjoy.
Follow super mom Amy as she makes this flavorful recipe for Potato & Chorizo Dobladas, combining mashed potatoes and chorizo sausage inside flour or corn tortillas. Topped with lettuce, cheese and tomatoes.
What does Eric like about setting up a little basecamp in the outdoors? This Backcountry Potato Bake is top of mind - and just about ready to serve hot out of the skillet. Go with red, yellow, purple, white or russet potatoes. Or all the above.
The best kept secret of any fire station is one amazing chef. However, this recipe for Todd's Potato Gnocchi with Ricotta is a secret no more. Don't forget his signature touch - a sprinkle of finely diced sage on top.
It's no wonder a fabric designer like Amy fell for the wonderful color of these Kaleidoscope Potato Pancakes - and so did her kids. Even better is the one full cup of vegetables they're getting in each serving.
If you followed Eric to some of the coldest places on Earth, you'd soon understand that there's nothing easy about being a polar adventurer. Well, except for lunch with this go to recipe for Easy Potato Mashers.
If he's not putting out a fire, Todd will be cooking with it instead. Preferably outside and over a hot grill, creating Grilled Potato Kabobs with Fresh Lemon Herb Drizzle. Whatever your taste might be, potatoes are an ideal canvas for grilling.