Early last fall, our good friends Nick & Liz friends had heard about the Beyond Burger from Beyond Meat and were very curious to try it. Having tried the Impossible Burger, they wanted to see how the Beyond Burger compared. We happily told them to come over for a Burger Brunch. This coincided with their needing a dog sitter to watch their sweet little Sandy while they went away for the night. As Sandy is one of the few dogs that our Riley likes, we were more than happy to host her for the night. With that all settled, Ethan and I needed to figure out what to serve with the burgers. In stead of making French Fries, I thought potato chips would be a better a idea. Sure, we could have just run to the grocery store and picked up a bag of any one of a wide variety of chips,
If you are looking for something “different” for breakfast, our Sweet Potato Black Bean Hash might be just what you want.
Think of our Stuffed Sweet Potato Skins as a cross between twice baked potatoes and potato skins. They make a great appetizer before a meal or serve with a salad as an entree.
Our Shepherd’s Pie Stuffed Potatoes are a cross between Shepherd’s Pie and Potato Skins. They are a great twist on two classic recipes.
Sweet Potato Black Bean Quesadillas are a great lunch or afternoon snack. They are easy to make and who doesn’t like food you can eat with your hands?
Crispy on the outside and filled with vegan cheese and vegan bacony bits, our Potato Skins will be the hit of your next gameday party!
Our Sweet Potato Pie Martini uses the syrup from canned yams to make a drinkable version of a holiday favorite. Garnish it with a toasted vegan marshmallow for the full sweet potato pie effect.
Poutine is the fancy way of saying french fries with gravy and cheese. We can thank our friends in Canada for creating this amazing fast food.
Our Colcannon combines mashed potatoes with kale, shallots, leeks and liquid smoke. One taste and plain old mashed potatoes will a thing of the past. This is a great side dish to accompany almost any meal.
Tater tots + nachos = tater tot-chos!