The potatoes, that is.  I was looking for a new twist on potatoes, and these are quite a twist.


They’re called “Crash Hot Potatoes,” but Ed named them “Half-Smashed,” and so that’s what we’re calling them.  The chives on top are from our garden, the first harvest of the year.


I served them with a roasted pork tenderloin and applesauce, and I made extra for leftovers.  You can find the recipe here.


Filed under Food, Gardening, Living from Scratch, Sustainable Living

6 responses to “Half-Smashed

  1. Oh, I’m all over this one! More red potatoes are on the list for Saturday’s market…

  2. These look AWESOME! But seriously, you’ve got to stop it with the food posts. I’m gaining weight just by reading your blog. 😉

  3. Those look so good! Much better than the leftover chicken nuggets I had for dinner tonight, for sure.

  4. Those look yummy yummy yummy and the smashing sounds fun. Just be careful with that PW’s blog, I’ve heard she spreads viruses. 😉

    Your chives look awesome, congrats on your first harvest of the year!

  5. Uh-Oh- Abbire’s getting half smashed in her kitchen!

  6. I tried these last night – thanks for the great recipe!! Ours weren’t quite the same because they needed to be peeled first (they had some green) but they were delicious. A lot like the cut up roasted potatoes we like but much less work. Yay – another new recipe that will be a regular!

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