Here is my interpretation of the recipe (you can find the original at NYTCooking.com). As usual I take great liberties with the recipe, this time mainly by adding a few ingredients and leaving a few off.
Versatile and sometimes divisive, everyone has their own preferred method of how to serve potatoes – from mashed, to baked, scalloped, loaded, or even chopped up and fried, potatoes have proven themselves to be the true hero of the dinner plate.
One thing for sure if you are planning to go out for DINE OUT! you may not be prepared to sort through over 300 restaurants that are participating this year. Guess what? You don’t have to. A fun loving group of foodie media met last night at ChiCha and we had just the best time and the best food!
The Salty Cabbage story starts on Denman St. where founder Kailyn Chun worked at Ma Dang Goul Korean restaurant, where she spent her days making kimchi which slowly built a fan base who would drive from across the Lower Mainland to buy kimchi to take home with them
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar will add a new twist to its award-winning recipe for culinary excellence when the Vancouver restaurant hosts a pair of Vegan Harvest Dinners at 6:30 p.m. on August 8 and October 3.