Eats: Red Potatoes & Thyme

10:30 AM

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Because my friend Mariah is Irish, I am an insensitive jerk and refer to her as "potato". So, I therefore dedicate this post to Mariah, our lil' potato! 

Anywho, fall is here! Time for comfort food! On one of our trips to the farmer's market, Kyle decided it was a great idea to purchase the largest basket of red skin potatoes ever, so of course we did. Also, for some reason unknown to myself, I had sent Kyle to the grocery store and asked him to purchase some thyme along with some other items. At the end of the week, I still had loads of potatoes and fresh thyme, so I made this awesome side-dish that fed us for a few days. I think I might make this again around the holidays to take to my parent's house, because potatoes!

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1 quart water
2 lbs red skin potatoes, quartered
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons butter (vegan butter works too)
Sea salt & cracked pepper 
5-6 springs fresh thyme, leaves removed & chopped

In a deep, medium skillet, bring water to a boil. Add potatoes and simmer 12 minutes (until fork tender). Drain potatoes in colander, return to pan over medium-high heat. Add olive oil and butter, when melted, add the potatoes. Season potatoes with salt, pepper, and thyme. Coat and brown potatoes, turning and cooking for about 8 minutes. 

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8 Musings

  1. So great to see this recipe..we just found new potatoes in our container garden!

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  2. Can't wait to try this recipe!

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  3. I am %25 Irish and I LOVE potatoes I could eat them every day and there are so many things you can do with them. And don't even get me started potato chips...


    These look great.

    Ali of Dressing Ken

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  4. i love love love those! oh they look so good sara :D i'm a potato-fanatic! great recipe & dish doll.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  5. I'll be trying that this weekend!

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  6. Now that looks delicious! I love how thyme always tastes like Summer

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  7. These look so delicious. I love how pretty the thyme makes the entire presentation look. Also pertinent...this makes me think of Thanksgiving {my favorite holiday!}. :)

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  8. I cook potatoes similar to this, but I think yours look so good in comparison! mmm!Mmm!Mm!MMm!MmmM!!!!!
    +Victoria+

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Talk nerdy to me.