From about September to March, I could pretty much each potatoes every day.

In fact, I could probably eat them two or three times and day and be perfectly happy.

Spud, I adore you!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a year since I first made this recipe, but that is in fact the case. On New Year’s Eve 2008, I made Pan-Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Pancetta from the December 2008 issue of Food & Wine.


While I didn’t photograph the dish that evening, they were clearly a hit from the beginning and have become one of our favourite ways to prepare potatoes. You can easily halve the recipe and you certainly don’t have to use fingerling potatoes. I often make the dish with Yukon Gold potatoes.

This is my Magazine Mondays submission. As you know, MM is all about getting into the kitchen and finally trying those magazine recipes that you’ve bookmarked. Here’s who’s joining me this week:

Lori of Making it My Own Way Blueberry Crumb Bars from Bon Appétit.

Jennifer of Daydreams of Baking made Macadamia Coconut Meltaways from the November 2009 issue of Women’s Day.

Tia of Buttercream Barbie made Cinnamon-Sugar Pastry Sticks using her favourite all-butter dough from September 2009 issue of Gourmet. Because I missed MM last week, Tia had a second submission which is Oatmeal Honey Bread, also from Gourmet.

Debbie of Taste of Sweet has been a busy girl! She made a Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich from Cooking Light, Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps from Cooking Light, and Bulgogi (Korean Beef BBQ) and Shank Kimchi from Cooking Light.

Wandering Coyote of ReTorte made … yes … from Canadian Living … Chicken Noodle Soup.

Nina from Prêt à Gourmet made Cinnamon Rolls from Issue 31 of Fine Cooking.

Allison of Bake Your Heart Out made Pumpkin, Sage, and Browned-Butter Quick Bread from the November 2009 of Martha Stewart Living. She also made Pumpkin Whoopie Pies with Maple-Marshmallow Cream from Bon Appétit.

Janie of Panini Girl made a Stuffed Squash from Gourmet.

Patricia from Brownies for Dinner made Brown Sugar Baked Sweet Potatoes and Acorn Squash from Gourmet.

Jamie of Life’s a Feast made Chocolate Meringue Coffee Cake from an old stack of magazine clippings.

Have a great week, everyone!