RECIPE: Homemade Potato Chips With Blue Cheese Sauce & Bacon

[1] Homemade potato chips with blue cheese sauce (photos #1 and #2 © Idaho Potato). [2] Idaho russet potatoes. [3] Gorgonzola, one of the world’s favorite blue cheeses (photo © Murray’s Cheese). [4] Top the blue cheese sauce with crumbled bacon (photo © Edwards Virginia Smokehouse). [5] The final garnish: fresh parsley (photo © Iva…
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RECIPE: Not Your Mother’s Potato Salad…Grilled, With Bacon, Corn & Jalapeno

For your summer cookout menus, how about this tasty Grilled Jalapeño, Corn, and Bacon Idaho® Potato Salad? Equal parts spicy and sweet, it’s made with Idaho® red potatoes, bacon, jalapeños, corn, onions, sour cream, honey and mayonnaise. If you can, make it in the morning, or the night before, to let the flavors meld.  …
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FOOD FUN: Peanut Butter Sandwiches With Bacon & Banana For National Peanut Butter Day

January 24th is National Peanut Butter Day; March 1st is National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day. April 2nd is National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day. We’re obviously a PB-loving nation. It won’t take you long to make this PB…and B…and B sandwich. That’s peanut butter, bacon and banana. The recipe comes from King’s Hawaiian, one of…
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FOOD FUN: Breakfast Ice Cream Sandwiches

Time for breakfast: waffles, bacon and [frozen] yogurt (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour).   This idea comes from the savvy bakers at King Arthur Flour: Breakfast Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches (as if you needed an excuse to have ice cream for breakfast!). Cook some waffles and bacon, and sandwich with frozen yogurt instead of topping…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Potato Fondue With Baby Potatoes

You may have used potatoes in an assortment of fondue dippers, but they can be served on their own with a pot of warm, dripping cheese. Try potato fondue as a first course at dinner (photo #1), or a light main course with an added protein dipper (ham, sausage or turkey chunks) and a salad.…
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