Tag Archives: potatoes

A Dietician’s Perspective on Potatoes

By Heide Kennedy, Arizona Farm Bureau Communications Intern Did you know that there is a vegetable with over 4,000 varieties that are grown in all 50 states? That vegetable would be the potato! Potatoes are a very popular veggie and … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Cooking, Food, Health Tips, Healthy Eating, Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Purple Potatoes Gain Popularity as We Discover their Nutritious Tastiness

By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau Outreach Director Registered dietitians say that while white and sweet potatoes are popular and nutritious, people should not forget about purple potatoes, which RD Valerie Agyeman says have three times more antioxidants than white … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in potatoes | Tagged | Leave a comment

Easy Classic Potato Salad Recipe

By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern   Photo: Sweet and Savory Meals blog   Did you know green onions are in season in February? Pick some up at your local farmers market and make this recipe with us!   Easy … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in AZ Winter Vegetables, Cooking, Food, Green Matters, In Season, In the Kitchen, Produce, Recipes, Vegetables | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

12 Fun Facts about Potatoes

By Sarah Hunt, AZFB Communications Intern Potatoes are a common staple around the world, the United States, and even Arizona. We make them roasted, baked, mashed, and fried. They are a part of more American meals than we think. Dave … Continue reading

Share This:
Posted in Ag Facts, Arizona, Arizona farmers and ranchers, AZ History, AZ Winter Vegetables, Farm Facts, Fill Your Plate, Focus on Agriculture, Food, Food Facts, Food Production, Fun Food Facts, Grocery, Just For Fun, Vegetables | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

French Canadian Shepard’s Pie

Coming from a French-Canadian family in New England, this recipe goes back for close to 100 years. This started off as something that was inexpensive yet would hold you over. The recipe stuck through the years and is something I grew up on as a child. Personally, I gave up meat and dairy so there are many substitutions that can be made. All of the versions are a great meal on a cold day.

Share This:
Posted in Allergies, Arizona, Cooking, Diet Tips, Fill Your Plate, Food, Food Facts, Grocery, Health Tips, Healthy Eating, In the Kitchen, Just For Fun, Money Saving Tips, Produce, Recipes | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment