|I realize I sorta plopped my dinner on a plate, but it tastes divine, I promise.|
I'm back! I know it's been a long while, but life's been blissfully busy these days and I've cooked plenty of yummy things, and I want to share one of my favorites: Bubble and squeak! Funny name, delicious food. I learned how to make it in Belfast, from the wonderful Mo Blake. The name comes from the delightful melted cheese on top (the bubble) and a bit of bacon in it (the squeak). Consider it a shepherd's pie taken to a whole new level. It's the perfect thing to warm you up on a chilly night. Let's get started...
Take 4 small russet potatoes (or Irish ones for you people in that land of spectacular spuds). Chop them into about inch-sized pieces.
Here's what your veggie-bacon layer will look like. Mmm.
Hope this brings you some warmth this winter, y'all! What are you eating to keep cozy these days?