To save time and pack more nutrition into your meals, leave the skins on when cooking with potatoes! The skins are a great source of vitamins and fiber.
Did you know there are more than 600 kinds of potatoes? That’s a lot of potatoes! But all 600 fit into one of seven categories: russet, red, white, yellow, blue/purple, fingerling and petite. This recipe calls for red potatoes, which are smooth and creamy and often used in roasted or mashed potatoes as well as soups like this one. Another category of potato is blue/purple! Have you ever seen a blue or purple potato? What would you do if your potato soup was blue?!
How many hours are in one day? How about it one week? How many of those hours do you get to spend with your family and how could you spend a little more time with them?
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