Very Good Recipes of Potatoes from Out of the Ordinary

There are 56 Potatoes recipes on the blog Out of the Ordinary. (936 on all the blogs)

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Ratatouille-style ratatouille (With potatoes and roasted beets) Ratatouille-style ratatouille (With potatoes and roasted beets) By Out of the Ordinary 08/17/14 20:44 We’ve decided to watch every movie made in 1967. It is for fun! We chose 1967 at random, after watching La Chinoise a week or so ago. We’re obviously not going to watch every movie made that year, but we’re … Continue reading →
Warm salad with potatoes, butter beans, spring rage, fresh mozzarella and herbs Warm salad with potatoes, butter beans, spring rage, fresh mozzarella and herbs By Out of the Ordinary 06/25/14 21:08 It’s movie week here at The Ordinary! I seem to be talking about a different film every day, and today will be no different. Today’s installment features Le Corbeau made by Henri-Georges Clouzot in 1943. The film is about a … Continue reading →
Potatoes with honey, sorrel, and lemony herb sauce Potatoes with honey, sorrel, and lemony herb sauce By Out of the Ordinary 06/14/14 16:21 Hello, Ordinary friends!! It’s been a while since we’ve had a Sunday interactive playlist, for the simple reason that we’ve been trying to observe screen-free Sundays. But I noticed a similar line in two songs that are on heavy rotation … Continue reading...
Tart with grilled mushrooms, potatoes and herbs Tart with grilled mushrooms, potatoes and herbs By Out of the Ordinary 06/13/14 20:00 This week, the Guardian UK had this bit of advice from a teacher to any and all parents. “Your kids are not your mates. Something I’m starting to hear with worrying frequency within the primary school setting is ‘my daughter’s … Continue reading →
Roasted potatoes and olives with rosemary Roasted potatoes and olives with rosemary By Out of the Ordinary 05/09/14 17:37 Yesterday I went over to the school to help with a mural. By the time I got there, they were just cleaning up the finishing touches. A classic, “Here let me help you with that…What? You’re all done? Just finished? … Continue reading →
Thin sliced roasted potatoes topped with goat cheese, pistachios, olives and capers Thin sliced roasted potatoes topped with goat cheese, pistachios, olives and capers By Out of the Ordinary 04/07/14 20:46 We’re having a sleepy sort of day here at The Ordinary. It’s drizzly and cold and Isaac is home sick from school. He’s mostly feeling better, but he’s subdued and quiet. I found him lying on his brother’s bed, feet … Continue reading →
Bright stew (with tiny potatoes, white beans, castelvetrano olives and meyer lemon) and 3-wheat medley (with farro, bulgur, and freekah) Bright stew (with tiny potatoes, white beans, castelvetrano olives and meyer lemon) and 3-wheat medley (with farro, bulgur, and freekah) By Out of the Ordinary 01/21/14 17:59 It’s a winter storm! It has a name, and I think it’s Janus, which is fitting, I suppose, this being January. Janus was the god of beginnings and change, of gates, doors, passages, journeys, endings, and time, the future and … Continue reading →
Thinly sliced potatoes with spinach, tomatoes and olives Thinly sliced potatoes with spinach, tomatoes and olives By Out of the Ordinary 01/11/14 17:43 Machucha is the story of making and losing a friendship. It’s about all of the small and surprising moments of connection, and the surprising differences as well. About discovering that the way your family lives and what they consider normal … Continue...
Red lentil, red bean and yellow split pea curry (with sweet potatoes, red peppers and kale) Red lentil, red bean and yellow split pea curry (with sweet potatoes, red peppers and kale) By Out of the Ordinary 11/05/13 22:04 Isaac likes to ask questions he knows the answers to. He’ll ask them again and again, and there must be something reassuring in getting the same answer every time. Of course this is dangerous when you have a mother who … Continue reading →
Navy beans with fennel and roasted sweet potatoes, and butter-fried croquettes Navy beans with fennel and roasted sweet potatoes, and butter-fried croquettes By Out of the Ordinary 10/25/13 20:45 “He wouldn’t listen to her, and he clasped her desperately, his heart drowning in an immense sadness. A need for peace and an uncontrollable need for happiness invaded him; and he pictured himself married, in a nice clean little house, … Continue reading...
Freekeh! And chard, chickpeas and sweet potatoes Freekeh! And chard, chickpeas and sweet potatoes By Out of the Ordinary 10/18/13 20:11 It’s strange how some moments can leave you feeling unexpectedly raw. Some days I’ll be walking along through the world, fully possessed of my maturity and composure and whatever other calloused armor lets us walk through this world in a … Continue reading...
Roasted beets and sweet potatoes with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and walnut tarator sauce Roasted beets and sweet potatoes with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and walnut tarator sauce By Out of the Ordinary 10/17/13 20:28 Here at The Ordinary’s home for over-used and worn-out metaphors, we’ve been visiting an old friend. We’ve been thinking of a metaphor, and we’re driving that tired horse the extra mile down well-traveled roads. It all started the other day … Continue reading...
Harvest pie with potatoes, tomatoes and basil Harvest pie with potatoes, tomatoes and basil By Out of the Ordinary 09/28/13 16:28 Autumn is a good season for time travel. Not extensive trips involving complicated machines, but small, simple glimpses into the past. Maybe it’s the way scents travel in the clear air, or the way the light seems more slanting and … Continue reading →
Thinly sliced potatoes with tarragon and leeks Thinly sliced potatoes with tarragon and leeks By Out of the Ordinary 09/20/13 20:15 This morning on the way to school, Isaac asked, “Mom, what’s a hobo?” I told him my understanding of the word. He thought about it a bit, and asked a few questions about riding the rails. And then he said … Continue reading →
Farro with smoked sweet potatoes, french lentils and pinenut lemon aioli Farro with smoked sweet potatoes, french lentils and pinenut lemon aioli By Out of the Ordinary 09/18/13 20:43 Further Tales from the Towpath. Every morning since the boys have been back in school, David and I have been going for a bike ride on the towpath. Flying down this green tunnel with the man I love, on the … Continue reading →
Cornmeal-crusted roasted potatoes Cornmeal-crusted roasted potatoes By Out of the Ordinary 09/08/13 16:24 I like to think about a time when people walked everywhere. Not just all around town, but from town to town, because there weren’t cars or bikes or busses or trains, and they couldn’t afford carriage fare. Like Nicholas Nickleby … Continue reading →
Semolina crusted roasted eggplant, potatoes and butterbeans Semolina crusted roasted eggplant, potatoes and butterbeans By Out of the Ordinary 08/28/13 22:31 It’s been a strange day. It’s been a strange week. I started this hours ago, and I was going to talk very wisely about Au Hazard Balthazar, but nobody slept last night, it’s rained hard all day, and the power … Continue reading →
Crispy potatoes with peppers, tomatoes, and pine nut chipotle aioli Crispy potatoes with peppers, tomatoes, and pine nut chipotle aioli By Out of the Ordinary 08/23/13 19:59 Every day lately, Malcolm has wanted nothing but to go to the river. The river! He wakes in the morning and thinks about walking down to the river, he wants to spend the long hot afternoon there, he wants to … Continue reading →
Chard, new potatoes, olives and capers; pesto-pearled couscous, and…croquettes Chard, new potatoes, olives and capers; pesto-pearled couscous, and…croquettes By Out of the Ordinary 08/16/13 20:21 Sir Lord Comic. I love everything I’ve heard by him, but that’s only five or six songs. I don’t know much about him, but here it is…he’s one of the first Jamaican deejays. In fact, his song Ska-ing West is … Continue reading →
Summer stew with white beans, potatoes, crispy eggplant and basil-pistachio pesto Summer stew with white beans, potatoes, crispy eggplant and basil-pistachio pesto By Out of the Ordinary 08/04/13 17:14 This morning Malcolm and I went out for a long walk on the tow path. He told me about a dream he’d had. The water turned to air and the air turned to water. So the fish swam in air … Continue reading →
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