Bay Scallops in Pernod Cream Sauce
Long Island's had a decent harvest so far this scallop season after decades of decline.  I cherish Peconic Bay scallops -- so sweet and packed in lots of liquor.  Combined with herbaceous, and anise- flavored Pernod, Peconic Bay Scallops in Pernod Cream Sauce served over Tarragon Mashed Potatoes is divine. And, amazingly simple. For more photos and articles on the scallop industry on Long Island visit: http://lightheartedlocavore.blogspot.com/2010/11/peconic-bay-scallops-in-pernod-cream.html
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Mashed Potatoes
These mashed potatoes are full of flavor, thanks to the addition of garlic, butter, and chives.
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Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic
Sometimes, you just need a straight-up, no-frills mashed potato recipe. Well, here it is. OK, maybe it's not quite as no-frills as I made it out to be, what with the roasted garlic and all, but feel free to leave that out. I think it's kind of a nice twist. Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals.  Click here to see The Perfect Christmas Dinner.
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Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes
As the temperature dwindles throughout the fall, farmer’s markets and grocery stores stock up with seasonal produce, and comfort foods are in full focus. Allen Dikker, the owner and creator of the all-potato concept restaurant, Potatopia, is well versed in comfort foods, and has created this pumpkin-potato mashup to make the transition into the season an enjoyable one.Click Here to See More Potato Recipes
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If you’re looking for something hearty and delicious, then look no further. Our Shepherd’s Pie recipe is a perfect beef-free spin on this classic dish! View more recipes online: www.beyondmeat.com/healthy-recipes
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Acclaimed Chef Masaharu Morimoto, perhaps best known as the star of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America, is known throughout the world for his seamless integration of Western and Japanese ingredients and techniques. This Thanksgiving, he has some great tips and recipes for how to utilize your leftover ingredients to create a delicious, next-day dish: “Use your leftover ingredients and incorporate unique and interesting additions to make the dish seem exciting and new,” says Chef Morimoto. For his leftover recipe, he recommends Mashed Potato Soup with wasabi and chives. This dish uses the leftover potatoes that you already have for Thanksgiving dinner, and incorporates new, Asian ingredients to keep guests excited about the dish.
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Black Truffle Mashed Potatoes
I have tried truffles! Well, to be more precise, black truffle oil and truffle salt (which is rumored to not actually have proper truffles... but I digress). I will admit that making these mashed potatoes was my first time ever smelling, tasting, and cooking with truffle oil and salt. What an experience!The truffle is actually the fruiting body of an underground mushroom and can be found within the leaf litter and the soil around certain types of trees. They are highly acclaimed in the culinary world and often referred to as “the diamond of the kitchen.”As one of the most expensive edible delights, the costs will knock your socks off... ranging all the way up to $600 per pound! Ouch! (Hence the truffle oil and salt in my house.) If you’re wondering, yes, I will be cooking with truffle oil and salt again... and perhaps shaved truffles one day!
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Mashed Potato Cakes with Scallions and Cream Cheese
I know I'm not alone when I say that I look as forward to Thanksgiving Day leftovers as I do the big meal on that day, maybe even more so. I won't deny I've had several holidays when the effort of getting the meal put together has seen me too tired to really enjoy it. But the next day? Perfect. One of my favorite dishes that I look forward to for breakfast the next day are potato pancakes — a perfect fried egg, these potato pancakes, and a side of the giblet gravy.
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No Peek Beef Tips
This hearty dinner is full of flavorful ingreidents like beef tenderloin and mushrooms. 
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Homemade Tater Tots
While I made a big plate of these to eat by themselves in the middle of the day, these would be delicious in the summer with burgers or served with a hot slice of meatloaf on a cozy night! You add some eggs and flour to bind the potatoes and then they are rolled in crispy breadcrumbs before being deep-fried to a golden brown. These were unbelievably good.
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Pollo alla Cacciatora
I am sure the majority of you will have at least heard of pollo alla cacciatora (which literally means "chicken made hunter style") and many of you will have probably eaten it as well as it is a very famous dish that can be found at many Italian restaurants around the globe. Anyhow, as with many other popular Italian recipes, this too has often been manipulated and transformed into something "non-original." It is a very simple recipe and it was originally cooked by peasants with whatever they grew in their fields. Pollo alla cacciatora is a classic dish that almost everyone in Italy makes... it is one of those dishes that will slightly vary from house to house! And today I am sharing with you my mom’s recipe. Enjoy! Click here to see 15 Easy Chicken Dinner Recipes.
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These potato croquettes are simple to prepare with Ritz Crackers.
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