This is a blog for people to discuss what they are eating. There is a theory that by journaling eating habits, people will eat healthier. I am trying to cook more at home and feed my family a wider variety of foods. People can just read or join as co-authors. Topics don't have to be recipes with nice photos. You can write about eating habits, special diets, culinary cultural differences, etc.

Monday, December 22, 2008

Potatoes Sewickley

Sharp cheddar cheese
Whipping cream
Potatoes
Salt

Butter casserole dish (I used Pam spray).
Cook potatoes with skins in salted water.
Peel when cool. Grate into casserole dish. Dot with butter.

Pour unwhipped cream over. Grate cheddar cheese over top.

Bake at 350 for 30 minutes covered. Uncover bake 5 more minutes.

This is a pretty easy recipe, but very good. What I like about these is that you can freeze them. You can also reheat them many times without affecting the quality. I have also lightened up the recipe by using fat free whipping cream and I Can't Believe it's not Butter spray. Fat-free cheese doesn't really work since it never melts :-) The lighter recipe is not as good, but still tasty. Enjoy!

5 Comments:

Blogger Some Kinda Wonderful said...

This sounds so delicious. Thanks.

December 22, 2008 at 5:18 PM

 
Blogger Arsenette said...

OH agreed.. this sounds fabulous :) I LOVE potatoes :)

December 22, 2008 at 10:10 PM

 
Blogger chaki said...

Can't go wrong with potato and cheese. Can't wait to make it!

December 23, 2008 at 2:39 AM

 
Blogger Some Kinda Wonderful said...

Thomas is making his mac and cheese for our Christmas meal, but this one is going to be on our New Year's Day Menu. Or maybe the New Year's Eve menu... or maybe tonight's menu... truly sounds divine.

December 23, 2008 at 10:50 AM

 
Blogger Pittsburgher said...

I love the fact that you can reheat it many times. As a single person, most recipes make way too much so it's nice when you can freeze and/or reheat something :-)

December 23, 2008 at 3:32 PM

 

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