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Easter Traditions

My sister-in-law was coming to visit for Easter a couple years ago and when my husband asked her what she wanted to the holiday dinner, she replied, “the usual.” That inspired a conversation about what “the usual” actually means – about how foods create traditions, especially around holiday menus. For many ham and scalloped potatoes…

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Make Your House the Steakhouse

Nothing says steakhouse like meat and potatoes but as blogger Alida of Alidas Kitchen found, it’s easy to put a fresh spin on that combo. Not that we don’t love a baked potato but when you’re trying to get dinner on the table fast, Idahoan® Premium Steakhouse® Potato Soups come together in just 5 minutes and…

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Creating the Steakhouse Experience at Home

Date night at a steakhouse can be a romantic gesture but also an expensive one. While it’s nice every now and then to make the splurge, wouldn’t it be great to recreate the experience at home so that you could relive it more often?  Jesseca from One Sweet Appetite does exactly that. She has a lot…

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PCT Part 1 Comes to a Close

The last post from  Jessica (for now) about her journey on the Pacific Crest Trail.  When I set out on the Pacific Crest Trail nearly five months ago, I had one goal: to see if I could walk from the border of Mexico to the border of Canada. That day feels like so long ago, yet I…

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1,000 Miles on the Pacific Crest Trail

A new update from Jessica and her journey on the Pacific Crest Trail.  1,000 Miles on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) A little after 4 in the afternoon, I reached a pile of rocks on the Pacific Crest Trail that spelled out one-zero-zero-zero. The first thing I did: pulled out my cell phone and took a…

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Tackling the Sierras

We’ve partnered up with Jessica on her voyage on the Pacific Crest Trail. Here’s her latest update from the trail: Tackling the Sierras On the last night in the desert, I stopped and looked up at a black sky overwhelmed with stars. It was warm. We stepped over a scorpion. We knew we would reach…

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Jessica & Mile 400

It was one month ago that the day I’ve been waiting for—for so, so long—had finally arrived. My mom woke me up in the morning and she said, “Jess, today’s your big day.” I took a shower, trying to savor it as my last one for awhile, and relished the fresh, cold milk I poured…

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Jessica and her Dog Marcy

This is Jessica and her dog Marcy. Jessica is an Idaho girl. She’s a staff writer at the Boise Weekly. She’s 25 years old. And on April 11th, she’s departing on a trip of a lifetime. Jessica and her 50-pound Shar-Pei/German Shepard, Marcy, are going to hike the Pacific Coast Trail. This is a 2,650 mile…

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Soup Season

It’s soup season in Idaho. With the holidays behind us, it’s nice when things slow down a bit. A time to revive and rejuvenate for the busy farming months ahead. And when it’s icy cold and the snow is blowing sideways, nothing hits the spot like a bowl of hot soup. There’s something comforting about…

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Gluten Free Gingerbread Trifle

When people think about mashed potatoes, sweets might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But this recipe for gluten free Gingerbread Trifle may just change that.

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Bring on the Leftovers

We here at Idahoan try to remember to be thankful year around. Thankful for the beautiful place we live, our hardworking employees and potato growers, and, of course, our customers. You all help make Idahoan what it is. For that, thank you and happy Thanksgiving.

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Monster Mash

It’s the same thing every year. Kids are chomping at the bit to don their costumes and hit the street in the pursuit of treats. Parents, often pressed for time, are desperately hoping to get something hot and filling in the kids’ stomachs before they go. Thanks to Idahoan’s very own Jenna H., here’s a…

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