Why Keep Potatoes On The Side?
Potatoes are used to being baked, stuffed or mashed as side dishes, but what if you blend them up with some cream? Suddenly that side dish is a delicious main course.
The weather in Southern California has been very strange as of late. One day the temperature is in the 50s and the next it's in the mid-80s. There's no rhyme or reason to these fluctuations -- they just are. So when the weather's all over the map, it's hard to figure out what to make for dinner. When it's cold and windy, all I want is a big hot bowl of soup or chili. But when it's hot and sticky out, nothing makes me happier than a salad or cold soup, which is why I recently made this cold potato soup. The potatoes and cream make it thick and rich to coat your bones if it's chilly, but the cooler temperature that comes from refrigerating it for a few hours makes it the perfect choice when the thermometer reaches into the red.
Cold potato soup
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