Monday, July 4

A Cabin Getaway & Dutch Oven Potatoes - YUM!

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Golly! I've been so busy, that I 
PLUM FORGOT to host a Fab Friday Party.
Sorry about that! 
Please check back this Friday
I'll be out of town, but Hunny is starting the
linky party for me! {fingers crossed}

We had a wonderful weekend here . . .


Enjoying great food, family togetherness, &
the beauties of nature.

Let's talk about my {dear} sister's 
Dutch Oven Potatoes.
{She really is one of the best cooks I know!}

- As you can see, I heart her very much! - 

First, she slices a yellow onion,
then peels her potatoes.
Not too perfectly - she likes a little skin showing because it gives them
that country/home-made look.
Sis plans on a potato per person.


She puts some vegetable oil in her dutch oven
& uses a paper towel to spread it around.


Next, layer the onion & potato slices {not too small}
in the dutch oven . . . and put some butter pats in there as well!
{She used a stick or a 1/2 cup butter.}
Top with salt, pepper & some dried parsley.
Here it is ready to cook . . .


Cover & cook over charcoal briquettes . . . 


Stir every once in a while.



So delicious!
We ate them with these pre-marinated
tri-tip roasts from Costco.  


My guys spent a lot of time on these . . .


And afterward looked like this . . . 

Dirt on Jeff's face, not facial hair!

We celebrated Christian's birthday &
 Sam really enjoyed being a "country dog"!

- Bro & Sis enjoying a beautiful summer day on their swing -

Wish we could spend all summer there!



I'm linking up to these great parties . . . 


Craft-O-Maniac Monday
Weekend Wrap Up Party at Tatertots & Jello
Show Me What Ya Got at Not Just a Housewife
Tutorials & Tips Tuesdays at Home Stories A to Z

5 comments:

  1. Hi saw you on the linky, great blog! Now google following, please pop by, Karima x
    www.karimascrafts.com

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  2. Those potatoes really do look delicious! I think I could eat the batch all by myself :) Have a wonderful day!

    Katie
    PS- I host a recipe swap every Wednesday and I'd love for you to come by and show off a recipe or 2 :)

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  3. Where is that cabin? It looks so familiar, is it in the Uintah mountains? Those potatoes look wonderful too!
    xoxo,
    Amy

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  4. MICHELLE RESPONDS: Thanks for your question, Amy. The cabin is on our family land in southern Utah.

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  5. I just got back from my cabin getaway in Utah. We have one in Strawberry, near Strawberry resavoir. and we also had dutch over potatoes with bacon and onion and cheese. Oh so yummy!!!!
    It was great being in Utah and taking a break from our regular 110 degree heat here in AZ!
    Now back to heat, going to the pool and hubby has to go to Columbia for a week! Yuck!!!!
    Vacation sadly over :(

    ladeedacreations.com

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