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Tater Talk April 2018

april 2018

Idaho® Potato Asparagus and Quinoa Salad with Orange Parsley Dressing

Celebrate spring with Idaho® Potato, Asparagus, and Quinoa Salad with Orange Parsley Dressing. This delicious dish is made with slivered almonds, fresh asparagus and Idaho® potatoes, then tossed with honey, extra-virgin olive oil and fresh orange zest. Serve it with a glass of fresh squeezed lemonade as a main dish or pair it with grilled chicken. Either way, this citrus-infused recipe will have your taste buds dancing! For more quinoa Idaho® potato recipes visit the IPC website.


Spuddy Buddy Dance Videos

Spuddy Buddy has the best dance moves in Idaho! He's already achieved celebrity status at the annual Famous Idaho® Potato Bowl and the New Year's Eve Idaho® Potato Drop. But look out world, his dance videos are going viral! Recently Spuddy's been spotted struttin' his stuff around Boise and we captured it all on video. Check out his latest adventures on the IPC YouTube page.

The Big Idaho® Potato Truck is Back on the Road!

Last month the Big Idaho® Potato Truck attended Pittsburgh's St. Patrick's Day Parade, the second largest St. Patrick's Day parade in the United States! Along the route, the Tater Team handed out free bags of Idahoan® mashed potatoes to all the hungry spud-loving fans. Where is the truck off to next? To find out visit www.BigIdahoPotato.com.


Springtime Gnocchi with Idaho® Potatoes

Lisa Lin's Springtime Gnocchi with Idaho® Potatoes is the perfect dish to bring to any springtime gathering. Made with prosciutto, Parmesan cheese and fresh peas, this nutrient-packed recipe has the perfect balance of delicious, savory Italian flavors. 

To learn how to make more Idaho® potato recipes visit the IPC YouTube page.


Ask Dr. Potato:  What are funeral potatoes?

A: Funeral potatoes is a traditional easy-to-fix potato casserole. The term originated in the Western region of the United States and is commonly served at post-funeral gatherings. The dish typically includes shredded cheese, dairy (such as sour cream or canned cream soup) and of course, potatoes. Be sure to use the best potatoes available - Idaho® potatoes!

Funeral Potatoes can be partially cooked at home and reheated when it’s time to serve. It’s best if you can make the funeral potatoes in a 9x13 baking dish that can be left with the family after the funeral dinner.  

To find more Idaho® potato tips and tricks visit the IPC website.



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