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One of my favorite party appetizers is twice baked potatoes. They always have such a delicious mix of flavors and textures. In addition, they're a starchy equivalent to ...
Technically, all you really need is potatoes and whatever you want to mix in with them. However, some flavor combinations are amazing, and deserve to be repeated. Here's ...
Take your lovely bacon and put it in a skillet. Place on medium heat and cook until nicely brown and its crispy golden. Remove from the pan and ...
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Rinse your potatoes to make sure there is no dirt on them. If you have beautiful, recently bought potatoes, you probably won't need ...
While the potatoes are cooking, you can get ready for your next step. Finely mince the garlic clove, and dice the onion. Also chop up your bacon into ...
Once your potatoes are done cooking, allow them a few minutes to cool off so you can handle them without burning yourself. Cut each potato in half, and ...
Mash up the potatoes a bit. Add the cream, sage, chili powder, cheese, bacon, onion, salt, pepper and garlic to the potatoes. (Or, to put it simply, everything ...
Evenly distribute your mixture between your potato shells. (And if your guessing at "Evenly" is off and you have extra's of one or the other, there are ways ...
Place back in a 375 degree oven for 15 minutes, enough time for the cheese to melt and it all to get nice and hot again. It's epic yummyness. ...
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