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Tater Talk January 2020


Smashed Garlic Potatoes with Rosemary 

During the chilly days of winter, there’s no better time to experiment with recipes that help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions. Savory and scrumptious, Smashed Garlic Potatoes with Rosemary is the perfect vegan side dish to do just that! Made with olive oil, garlic cloves, red or Yukon gold Idaho®  potatoes, rosemary, pepper and chili flakes, these crispy taters are sure to please everyone at the table. Toss in other fragrant herbs like sage and thyme for that extra burst of flavor! 

For more Idaho®  vegan recipes visit the IPC website.


Featured Farmer: Eric Sutton

This month’s featured farmer is Eric Sutton from Rexburg, Idaho. A sixth generation farmer, Eric and his wife Andrea, have four daughters and a son - Dallas, Larkin, Tatum, Lexi and Larz. Eric enjoys being an Idaho® potato farmer because it allows him to cultivate a wholesome living and grow nutritious food for people. His favorite way to eat an Idaho® potato is baked. 


Idaho® Potato Shop 

Want to score some awesome Idaho® potato swag? Look no further than the
Idaho® Potato online store with its variety of spud-tacular merchandise to choose from! From fun t-shirts to Spuddy Buddies, to kitchenware, to a replica of the Famous Idaho® Potato Truck, the Idaho® Potato website has everything you want for the potato lovers in your life. 




Spicy Chipotle Breakfast Idaho® Potato Hash Browns 

A delightful way to start your morning, these Spicy Chipotle Breakfast Idaho® Potato Hash Browns from food blogger Kita Roberts at Girl Carnivore are the perfect companion to a cup of coffee and a piece of toast. Made with butter, red onion, red and green peppers, Idaho® russet potatoes, cheddar cheese, spices and a chipotle cream, these taters will keep you energized without weighing you down!  

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


Ask Dr. Potato

Q: I cut too many potatoes! How long can they be kept covered in the refrigerator?

A: As long as the potatoes are submerged in a bowl of water with concentrated lemon juice or white wine vinegar and covered completely, they should be fine for a day or two. 


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Eagle, ID 83616
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