Good Saturday to you all!
It started raining last night and is pouring right now. First rain we have had is 4 months. So I am happy to have it.
The outside garden is done for the year as you know. The GH still has one tomato plant and 8 pepper plants. But like last year some of them are taking so long to produce fruit. The pepper are there but the nights have turn cold so they are slow growing. Except for the poblano and the cayenne peppers.
Since garden days are coming to an end I will be sharing a recipe on Saturdays. This one is for David Gascoigne
over at Travels With Birds blog. David had commented that both he and his wife had not seen canned potatoes before and what did I do with them?
First off canning potatoes must be done in a pressure caner.
I follow Pam from RoseRed Homestead. She is a professor, and researcher and I believe a scientist. She has the most informative canning instructions,
oh she has been canning 50 years.
David wanted to know how to use the canned potatoes. Last week I make a potato and sausage dinner. I did not take photos. I simply cut up then cooked the sausage, on the stove, until almost done. Then add that to the potatoes in a pan that can go into the oven and baked until the sausage was done. You can add a gravy or tomato sauce to this.
Last night I simply placed them in a pan with a small amount of butter and grapeseed oil and fried them.
Wishing all of you the best Saturday.
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