Did I mention how much I love a good sale??? Who doesn't, right? :-)
Please forgive me in advance if what you see below literally shocks your pants off.....here goes.....BRACE YOURSELVES...YOU'VE BEEN WARNED...
Welllllllllll??? Are your pants still on, or did I actually manage to shock them off of you? Heeheehee! -- If you haven't already done the math...I'll go ahead and do it for you....if you counted 17....then you are CORRECTOMUNDO!!!!!!!!!!! Considering I already had 3 in the fridge (bringing the total on hand to 20 after adding those 3 in to the stack to be photographed), I am set for weekday breakfasts for a month now...AWESOME! ;-)
Okay, enough of this yogurt talk....while browsing around Publix I stumbled on some of the cutest little potatoes in town....little tiny gems called "Honey Golds"....and of course, they were so photogenic I just had to take their portrait before cooking and eating them for dinner! So go ahead...take a peek and tell me....aren't they the cutest little devils you've ever seen?
|Boiled and season to perfection...with sea salt, cracked black pepper and parsley...and just a smidge of butter....I swear it wasn't a stick (for all of you Paula Deen haters out there)!|
|***Disclaimer: Everything on this plate was either baked or boiled :-)|
Those are cute little potatoes. Were the bagged or loose???? What kind of potato were they????
They are cute, aren't they! I purchased them bagged and found them at Publix. They are very thin skinned so you don't have to peel them (which in my opinion is a good thing). They only took about 15 minutes or so to boil. They are called "Honey Gold" because of their yellow flesh and this is the actual description I found for them which is spot on: "Honey Gold: Buttery sweet flavor with velvety golden flesh and delicate skin". Here is a link of other unique potatoes that look good too! http://www.tastefulselections.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=48&Itemid=55
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