Category Archives: Potatoes

Check out my new youtube video for this post! Our next post in this Stress-Free Thanksgiving Series is Sous Vide Mashed Potatoes. This is another simple recipe to put together as it only requires potatoes, garlic, thyme (or rosemary or sage), butter, milk, salt, pepper, and nutmeg. If you want to make mashed potatoes on […]

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Why Yukon Potatoes instead of Russet Potatoes? This is because these lovely golden potatoes are fluffy, but still dense enough to hold its’ shape. Russets have a “flaky” texture due to the high starch and low moisture. It makes it good for absorbing milk and butter, perfect for mashing and baking. However, Yukon golds are […]

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Mashed potatoes are one of the most comforting and essential side dishes of all time. It is a simple dish with few ingredients, but there are times where you may end up with unappetizing potatoes that are gluey or chunky. There are some key things to keep in mind to making the best creamy mashed […]

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Thomas Keller is a American chef who currently holds 7 Michelin stars total: 3 at Per Se, 3 at The French Laundry, and 1 at Bouchon. The Potato Pavé recipe is from his Ad Hoc at Home cookbook. Potato Pavé sounds all fancy, but it’s essentially a neat scalloped potato dish. Pavé is the French word […]

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I get nostalgic when fall is around the corner, and I crave for those delicious comfort dishes I used to get in the school cafeteria. Shepherd’s Pie! My parents never made Shepherd’s Pie for us when we were growing up. It was one of those dishes I discovered in my school cafeteria. Reflecting back on those […]

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