Tag Archives: United States Potato Board

Baked Potato Inasal Casserole
(Chef Myke ‘Tatung’ Sarthou for USPB)

FRIES are fries, right? Wrong. Fries are primarily made to fit the purpose of being fries, which go very well with burgers and sandwiches, but they can stand on their own, too. Combined with other ingredients, they can also create … Continue reading

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Mixed Sausages and Crispy U.S. Potatoes
(Chef Sandy Daza for the USPB)

YES, sausage and potato go very well together. A chef of Chef Sandy Daza’s caliber knows that only too well, so when he recently did a special exhibition cooking demonstration for the United States Potato Board (USPB) in conjunction with … Continue reading

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Seafood and Chips Platter
Made with U.S. Frozen Potatoes

I SIMPLY love seafood. I would choose a fish or seafood entrée over meat any time. As much as possible, I refrain from eating red meat, which is sometimes difficult since I am in the business of food writing and … Continue reading

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Japanese Potato Maki
(Chef Myrna Segismundo)

Originally posted on June 29, 2012 TIME was when I thought the frozen potatoes sold in supermarkets were only for French fries and hash-browns and nothing more. Their applications were rather limited, and there was not much that you could … Continue reading

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