Late last week I was in a quandary over what to write about this week. Nothing sparked my interest. It’s that time of year – you are at the end of winter produce (or you are sick of it) and spring hasn’t quite sprung.
It is also almost the end of the semester and as usual, we have too much of some stuff and are scrounging around for other stuff. This year we had potatoes left over. They are about ready to sprout. So of course I had to save them. At least this way, I would have part of my lunch taken care of.
1. Peel and cube potatoes. Rinse potatoes. Drain. Add to a medium sized saucepan. Cover with water and place the lid on saucepan. Cook until potatoes can be pierced with a knife.
2. Drain and leave on burner until potatoes are dry.
3. In a large bowl, combine garlic and cream cheese. Add potatoes and mashed. Add salt and pepper to taste.
To all you heading off someplace fun for the summer, enjoy! And please read the blog occasionally. We will be posting over the summer.