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Aug
14

Homemade Gnocchi(from Left Over Mashed Potatoes) in a Roquefort/Cremini Sauce – Episode 65

By Patrick

I am a junkie for mashed potatoes and always will make way more than I can eat- of course this has a benefit and that benefit is gnocchi which is another food favorite of mine. While not traditional to make gnocchi this way they do come out great- often ties tastier than the original way. I will do a video on that also. So in this episode we have shell steak and gnocchi a great combination. The cheese I used is a great French Roquefort which is in the blue family of cheeses.

I will do another short episode that features the shell steak and its preparation.

And as was pointed out Rutgers opens 5 days prior to the Howard game against Cinci. so nothing is good about that game date!


  • AnthonyS

    Season opener is Labor Day against Cincy. Howard is 5 days later, which playing on 4 days rest is definitely stupid.

  • castello

    What am I gonna eat.

  • http://moyeboystoys.blogspot.com Michelle

    My Italian grandmother often made gnocchi (with the fork-marks, of course). My family likes the Trader Joe’s gnocchi, which I concentrate my efforts on a good, homemade marinara and some parmasiano reggiano. Your gorgonzola sauce looks amazing…easy, too.

    Made the green beans with hoisin sauce again tonight…love it! Thanks for another entertaining and informative show!

  • Brooklyn Paul

    KaD

  • ErieWineGuy

    Wow! That's absolutely awesome!

    I've been watching several of the shows in a row and have learned so much.

    I had to stop and comment here. You have do a book!!!

  • KAHUNA

    Thanks Erie, I hope you enjoy the videos- I know some get shot pretty poorly but I think the fun factor is there. First I would need to write a recipe- may have to work on that!

  • KAHUNA

    Thanks Erie, I hope you enjoy the videos- I know some get shot pretty poorly but I think the fun factor is there. First I would need to write a recipe- may have to work on that!

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