Very few foods say comfort like real whipped potatoes do; in fact, they ooze comfort. Out of all the wonderful dishes we’ve served at Sarello’s over the past 13 years, our whipped potatoes have remained a staple on our menu and a favorite among our guests. Our whipped potatoes are so consistently good that, for many years, a certain well-known potato farmer has enjoyed joking with Tony that they must be made from instant potatoes.
There’s an autumn chill in the air and in our home we are welcoming the return of comfort food. For us this means hearty baked pasta casseroles, pot roast with mashed potatoes, roast chicken, and soup. Lots of soup. This week we’re sharing the recipe for one of our favorite fall soups: Sweet Potato with Andouille Sausage.
The peach trucks are rolling into town from Georgia, filled with this beautiful summer fruit.
We usually enjoy peaches in August from Colorado, but sadly their crops were devastated by poor weather this spring. Fortunately, the Georgia peaches have been just as big, beautiful and delicious.
All foods have a season, and all seasons have their foods. The tastes of summer include such favorites as corn on the cob, ice cream, strawberry shortcake, grilled burgers, hot dogs, brats, homegrown tomatoes, fresh fish, barbecue ribs, and watermelon. But, there are few dishes more quintessentially summer than potato salad.
As a child I was a very picky eater, but I like to think that I’m pretty adventurous now when it comes to food.
My allergy to shellfish already prevents me from enjoying an entire family of strange and exotic dishes, so I try to keep my food aversions to a minimum in an effort to shake off the fickle palate of my childhood.
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