DAY ONE: IDAHO POTATO HARVEST TOUR & Roasted Poblano Idaho Yukon Gold Potato Soup Recipe

DAY ONE: IDAHO POTATO HARVEST TOUR and Roasted Poblano Roasted Idaho Yukon Gold Potato Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Scroll to the bottom of this post if you’re in a hurry to get to the recipe — though I hope you’ll take your time to get to know Idaho with me! What do you get when some fantastic folks from the Idaho Potato Commission get together with a small group of food bloggers, food […]

Sweet Red Kapia Pepper Soup Recipe

Sweet Red Kapia Pepper Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

Remember when I said the sweet red pepper sauce I made for the Patagonian Tooth Fish, was so delicious, that I could practically drink it? Well I slightly revised the recipe, poured it into a bowl, and compromised a bit by using a spoon instead of a straw. by

Roasted Cauliflower Basil Soup Recipe

Roasted Cauliflower Basil Soup Recipe | Cooking On The Weekends

In some places around the globe you can see the seasons change. From leaves that are stunningly red when the weather cools, to bare trees, to the sun shining through the clouds, and to striking, colorful blooms and intense heat. by

Friday Flowers: Jasmine and Spicy Marinated Yellowtail and Mandarin Sashimi Recipe

Beautiful Mandarins | Cooking On The Weekends

My 7-year-old son once asked me what would happen when his “sweet tooth” fell out.  (l o v e !)  It was hard to explain to him that a “sweet tooth” isn’t exactly a tooth.  In the end I said, “let’s just say you take after your mommy, and you will forever love all things […]

16 Delicious Potato Recipes for Potato Lovers’ Month

16 Delicious Potato Recipes for Potato Lovers' Month | Cooking On The Weekends

We must celebrate potatoes before February is over. It’s not like we don’t enjoy potatoes all the time, but you see, February is Potato Lovers’ Month! Potatoes are a quintessential ingredient in almost any comfort food dish.  And why wouldn’t they be?  Pulled from the earth, they’re warming, buttery, creamy, and hearty. by

Introducing Sumo Citrus

Introducing Sumo Tangerines | Cooking On The Weekends

Sumo Citrus has a thick, bumpy, often dirty rind and a funny knob on top — however, you should never judge citrus by its skin. You see beneath the seemingly tough rind, is a seedless, delicate, unbelievably juicy fruit — and it’s quite possibly the sweetest citrus I’ve ever tasted. by

Curried Tomato-Potato Soup Recipe

Curried Tomato-Potato Soup | Cooking On The Weekends

Doesn’t this bowl of soup make you want to curl up with a soft blanket on the couch? After a whole lot of Valentine’s Day chocolate  yesterday, I’m ready for some comfort food — in the form of a warmly spiced, slightly spicy, and incredibly creamy soup. Are you with me? by

Friday Flowers: Dandelions and Freshly Picked Satsuma Salad Recipe

Freshly Picked Satsuma Salad | Cooking On The Weekends

I’m pretty sure I’ll be talking about my parents’ garden forever. I can remember picking summer squash when I was 5-years old, and to this very day I’m still picking and eating delicious produce from their garden. Various greens, stunning tomatoes, sweet plums, succulent peaches, hot peppers, apple trees, and citrus trees — it’s all […]

Rosemary Mushroom Soup

Rosemary Mushroom Soup | Cooking On The Weekends

Blankets, sweaters, hot cocoa, and soup. These are just a few of the things I love about this time of year. It always amazes me how my desires change as the seasons do.  (Human nature, I know. ;-)) Just as I’m so ready for fresh fruit salsas and the hot sun when summer approaches, I’m […]

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