We are unabashed fans of Betty Binon, the writer and photographer behind the prolific blog, Stems and Forks. We were thrilled to partner with her recently for a unique recipe creation. Her crispy smashed potatoes and eggs are truly a meal you won’t want to miss. From the blog post:
“This post is in partnership with Gwillimdale Farms. Operated since 1903, family owned and operated by the humble and hardworking John Hambly, wife Cristina and his children. 4th and 5th generation farmers, Gwillimdale currently farms on 1000 acres of fertile lands on the Greenbelt of Bradford, Ontario.
Their specialty: root vegetables. Parsnips, onions, carrots, beets and potatoes.
And in all sincerity, their produce is impressive. Always crisp carrots, fresh potatoes, and firm parsnips. Gwillimdale not only grows their produce, but they also harvest, clean, pack, and distribute directly from their farm to your local grocer. They are, without a doubt, one of the finest root vegetable producers in the province. I’m so honoured to be sharing this simple brunch recipe with you to showcase their humble, versatile and beautiful vegetable; the humble Solanum tuberosum, aka the potato.”
Please take a few minutes to visit her site, read the blog post, and try the recipe, of course.
Photo Credit: Betty Binon