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Haute Potato on Shelves now! Recipe

Haute Potato on Shelves now!

12.18.12 by Jackie

Thanks to everyone who pre-ordered my first cookbook, "Haute Potato". For those of you who don't know, the cookbook features 75 gourmet potato dishes. Need a last minute gift idea? I humbly suggest giving Haute Potato to the favorite foodies in your life. You can buy it on Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com and as of today, it should be on shelves in Barnes and Noble bookstores across the country.

To learn more about the book, check out PhamFatale.com/Haute-Potato. And in honor of the book, I've collected some of my favorite potato dishes that I've posted over the years. Happy holidays!


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Breakfast Wrap Sandwich Recipe Recipe

Breakfast Wrap Sandwich Recipe

12.17.12 by Jackie

Today's post is about one of my favorite companies, California Lavash, where the ever wonderful Lilea works. California Lavash makes healthy, preservative free breads. Their lavash works amazingly well for pizzas, desserts, and in the case of this recipe, as a breakfast wrap. Anyway, if --like me-- you're stressed in the mornings because of the holiday season, here's a recipe that'll make you look like a culinary whiz without taking eons to prepare. 

Fresh fruits of your choice are layered with plain yogurt, a drizzle of honey and crunchy granola, and the whole thing is wrapped in lavash bread. It's super easy to roll out a bunch of these for all the hungry little hands in your house.


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Holiday Canape Appetizers Recipe

Holiday Canape Appetizers

12.14.12 by Jackie

Canapés are small appetizers that are perfect for a holiday cocktail party. These sweet and savory Christmas canapes invoke the colors of the season through the use of candied orange bits. 

The base is a blini made of rice flour for extra crispness. The top is slightly melted sharp cheddar cheese with a garnish of oil-cured black olives and the candied orange rind. You may have heard that citrus and cheese don't play well together, but the tart/sweet rind doesn't have some issues. 

If you have other leftover dried fruit, feel free to use it instead. A spreadable cheese is also a great substitute for the cheddar. The bottom line is that you can assemble these appetizers quickly and make use of whatever ingredients you have on hand.


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 It is baking season! Recipe

It is baking season!

12.13.12 by Jackie

 It is baking season! What cookies are you making?


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Christmas Miracle: Cherimoya Growing in my Garden! Recipe
Whether you call it cherimoya, custard apple, soursop or sitaphal, when ripe this fruit is unlike anything you've ever had before. To be precise, each is a separate species in the same genus, but in reality the flavors are very similar. The best I can say is that it is a combination of banana and bubblegum. The fruit grows in Southeast Asia and the Subcontinent. It can be round or have a heart shape. Inside the skin is flaky, juicy white flesh studded with large black seeds.
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