189 10/03/2011 life Food

Welcome to the Hunt’s Tomato Cook-off!

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It’s time to Taste the Harvest! The Hunt’s Tomato Cook-off on UrbanMoms is now underway. Check out the amazing recipes
developed by two of our own bloggers, Kath & Gav
.  Comment on who created the best dish to donate Hunt’s tomato products to a local food bank and for your chance to win.
Made with the best quality tomatoes and ingredients, Hunt’s tomato
products can help you make delicious meals for your family every night
of the week.

Over the next three weeks you will be in the judge’s seat as you
decide which of our two chefs has done the best job with three fabulous
recipes featuring Hunt’s products. Your job is simple: check in each
week and read both Gav and Kath’s recipes, compare the pictures, and
then vote by telling us what you think! We will be giving away a
fabulous slow cooker prize package.  Click here for details. 
Your comment below is your entry to win this fabulous prize for your
kitchen. For each comment up to a maximum of 100, Hunt’s will donate one
can of tomato product to the Cook-off winner’s (Gav’s or Kath’s) local
food bank.  Now it’s your turn!  Tell us who did it best, Kath or Gav,
in the comments below!

Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Chef Dad’s Recipe – Vegetable Focaccia
 

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Thanksgiving is a holiday with such a long tradition, it is often difficult to introduce anything new into the mix. The staples – Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, peas, pumpkin or sweet potato pie – are always going to be expected by those around your table. Finding a new recipe to add to the mix is not an easy task. For this year I finally settled on this delicious Vegetable Focaccia. It is tomato based, has lots of fresh vegetables and can be added to your meal as a substitution for a basket of bread at the table.
I was given a can of Hunt’s Onion, Herbs & Spices to try out, and the sweet flavourful sauce worked beautifully with this recipe. Hunt’s tomatoes are picked at the peak of ripeness, and it shows when you highlight it in a recipe like this one. 
The tender dough is loaded up with tasty sauce, and healthy and delicious toppings that will compliment your traditional Thanksgiving dinner perfectly. Feel free to mix up the vegetables and add anything that your crew will devour!

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Vegetable Focaccia

Ingredients:

PAM Cooking Spray
1 pizza dough or tube Italian bread dough
2 tablespoons olive oil  
1 tablespoons finely grated Parmesan or Asiago cheese
1 cup chopped broccoli, cooked
1/4 onion, thinly sliced 
1/3 cup sundried tomatoes, julienne
1 cup Hunt’s Onion, Herbs & Spices Tomato Sauce
Preparation: 
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Spray a baking sheet with PAM and stretch dough onto pan.

  2. Using your fingers, make holes throughout the dough. Drizzle dough with olive oil and bake until just beginning to turn golden, about 15 minutes.

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  3. Remove pan from oven and spoon Hunt’s tomato sauce over top, spreading evenly all the way to edges. Add broccoli, onion and sundried tomato then sprinkle with cheese. Return pan to oven.

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  4. Bake until nicely browned on edges and cooked through, about 5 minutes. Cut into rectangles and serve warm or at room temperature.

Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin

I love to make a traditional Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings: roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie. But once in a while, I tire of the same old side dishes with my bird, and I branch out to find something new. A few years ago I found a wonderful, decadent recipe for scalloped potatoes in one of those magazines that the cheese marketing board puts out. It goes basically like this: slice potatoes thinly, layer with thinly sliced onions and grated parmesan cheese in a casserole dish. Top with several dollops of butter, pour 500mL of heavy cream over it all and bake into a wonderful, bubbling, golden-brown dish of delicious.

So that was a favourite for a few years. Obviously.

And then I decided to put a twist on the old stand-by potato side dish. I searched around through my collection of cookbooks and also found a few promising recipes on the internet. And then I did what I always do: I merged together all the elements of the different recipes that I liked, and created my own new and unique dish. I call it Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. Which is a mash-up of English, Italian and French basically meaning potatoes and tomatoes with melted cheese on top.

It’s a nice break from the total-refined-carb situation that is the brimming bowlful of mashed potatoes, or the fat farm scalloped potato dish I favoured for a few years there.  But it’s still got everything you need a Thanksgiving side dish to be: it’s warm, it’s filling and it makes you feel good, from the inside out. Indeed: it’s a perfect comfort food.

So this year when you sit down with your family for a harvest feast, why not make up a batch of Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin? It’s got lots of what’s good for you in it: plenty of vitamins and antioxidants from the tomatoes, and the flu-fighting prowess of garlic, too! Here’s the recipe:

Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin

Ingredients:
PAM cooking spray
6 medium potatoes, sliced into ½  inch rounds
(keep the skins on for a more rustic, harvest feel as well as to seal in those vitamins!)
1 medium onion, thinly sliced

4 garlic cloves, minced

2 cans tomato chunks (I used 2 cans of Hunt’s Original Diced Tomatoes)
1 1/2 tablespoon Italian seasoning
1 tablespoon Hunt’s Herbs and Spices Tomato Paste

1/4 cup water

1 cup grated mozzarella cheese
1/2 teaspoon each salt & pepper

Olive oil

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Preparation:
1.  Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a frying pan on medium-high heat. Add the onions and cook until they caramelize.
2.  Add the garlic and sauté for one minute.
3.  Add the Italian seasoning and the tomatoes. Stir until well mixed.
4.  Add the tomato paste and water, stir again to blend thoroughly. Bring to a low boil on medium-high heat then lower heat to medium-low and simmer for 10 minutes.

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5.  Spray a casserole dish with PAM, arrange potato slices in a single layer.
6.  Pour half the tomato mixture on top, then arrange a second layer of potato slices.
7.  Pour the remaining tomato mixture over the potatoes and top with grated cheese.

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8.  Bake for 50-60 minutes or until potatoes are soft and most of the liquid is absorbed.

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Kath and Gav were provided with Hunt’s tomato products for participation in the Hunt’s Tomato Cook-Off. All content is true, based on their personal experience.  

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  • bushcampcafe

    sorry Gav….but my vote is for Kath!!

  • hcablue

    Kath’s got my vote ALL THE WAY! Yummy!

  • dphumphrey

    I am definitely voting for Kath’s. I think it fits the theme of Thanksgiving better (especially if turkey is the main)

  • Patty B

    They both look great but I like Katherines.

  • egaspar

    I like the Vegetable Focaccia – so I vote for Chef Dad :)

  • judcon

    Definnitely Katherines!

  • kellyburk3

    Katerines looks great !!! She gets my vote !!

  • jetwinter

    I like Katherine’s dish!! Looks super yummy and I know my kids would love it!

  • berngirl

    I like Katherine’s. Sounds hearty and yummy!!

  • JoAnne

    I really like Kath’s recipe… it looks and sounds like it would be simply delicious.

  • lau33

    I liked Katherine’s Recipe.

  • Michelle

    I like the Vegetable Focaccia – so I vote for Gav.

  • Anne Derkat

    I’m a big fan of potatoes so I vote for Katherine this week.

  • Jade

    Katherine’s dish looks delicious!

  • Thandie

    I vote for Katherine…yum

  • thordora

    Katherine’s looks amazing…need to try that! (I love focaccia, but hate broccoli on things!)

  • jacdav

    I have to go with Gav’s recipe.

  • bcgirll

    I vote for Gav’s……….it looks wonderful……….and Kath’s was out because I’m not fond of potatoes.

  • katkrazy

    I like Kath’s receipe for sure. We love our carbs in our household and potatoes go better with any other meat dish for sure. They both look yummy but I’m voting for the potatoe dish.

  • Corry VanHooft

    I vote for Gav vegetable focaccia ,I always wanted to make focaccia this looks so good ,and something new to try

  • kcrmb

    I like Katherine’s dish…there is nothing like comfort food – potatoes and cheese and tomatoes!

  • tennille

    Gav’s looks delish and I love brocoli

  • tooliecat

    i vote for gav’s, everything about it sounds yummy

  • drjess

    I am sure they are both tasty, but the first one I would eat is Chef Dad’s as I like Vegetable Focaccia.

  • lauramcc

    Kaths looks so delicious!

  • Vikingfam

    I vote for Katharine’s – sounds yummy.

  • my2boys

    I like the looks of Kaths… Anything with cheese melted on it, wins in my books!

  • LisaMomOfTwo

    I’d like to vote for Katherine’s dish. It looks and sounds like something my family would love!

  • JJ

    I will vote for Chef Dad. I really like Vegetable Focaccia and intend to try this recipe.

  • lpappas

    I’m a lover of potatoes, so I vote for Katherine’s recipe – yum!

  • andreaca13

    Kath. Looks delicious and something I would try for my own family. LOVE potatoes, and this is something new!!

  • Bidchka

    I’d vote for the Vegetable Focaccia. It looks awesome and yummy.

  • KimberlyOwens

    I vote for Katherines recipe…yum! :)

  • brainstorm

    I would like to vote for Katherine’s recipe. It looks good and I like potatoes!

  • AdieWin

    I’m all over a new way to do potatoes. I vote for Katherine.

  • billiondollarprincesss

    They both sound so yummy but i have to go with Gav!

  • Eileen

    Gav has my vote. Nice and easy focaccia.

  • Lisa

    I think Gav’s is the one for me!

  • Teresa

    I love Gav’s Vegetable Focaccia! I made it the other night and next time I will have to make more because everyone wanted seconds!!

  • Lyndalme

    Gav did a great job. Looks great and includes the green vegetables too.

  • pk5050

    Gav’s dish looks great and the recipe looks like it would taste great too.

  • wilfred

    I would have to choose Gav simply because it looks like something the kids would like. It also looks like a dish that I can have as leftovers and the kids can grab a piece for a snack. It is all about the kids….when they don’t like it I don’t make it!!!

  • Brenda

    Kath gets my vote! Looks so yummy!

  • cheryl

    I vote for Kath’s. Looks delicious.

  • Bee L

    All three look yummy and I like the Vegetable Focaccia the most, think I would be most likely to make that one. :)

  • eabeier

    Kath’s is more appealing to me.

  • momof2

    Katerines sounds like a winner!

  • Tonya

    Definitely Gav’s!

  • emma

    I love the sound of both but I am a scallop potatoe fan and love the twist in Katherine’s!

  • Silvana

    My vote is for Katherine’s recipe, hands down!

  • Betty

    I vote for Gavin’s Vegetable Focaccia. It is easy to make, with ingredients that are easy to find.

  • sondra

    I vote for Katherine’s recipe. It looks delicious and makes my mouth water just thinking of it!

  • zot

    I’m liking Katherine’s recipe for the cheese.

  • reese210

    Gav.

  • simplydab

    I vote for Katherine’s recipe.

  • Teresa

    I am voting for Gav’s Vegetable Focaccia! I waited a bit to vote because I had to make this after seeing the recipe and picture. It is so good and easy to make. I have made something similar before so this was simple for me. I try to stay away from potato dishes because I am trying to lose weight.

  • kcrmb

    I love katherin’s recipe. There is nothing better than potatoes as a comfort food – and with cheese and tomatoes – it would taste divine!

  • jen s.

    i like Kath’s. i love potatos and how could anyone go wrong with tomato sauce and cheese?! looks great!

  • kellikens

    I like Katherine’s Potato Pomodori au Gratin

  • Debbie

    Still Katherine’s Potato Pomodori au Gratin

  • Sue A.

    My vote goes to Katherine – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin.

  • pooaneeor

    These are both creative recipes, but my vote goes to Katherine. Hers is one I would actually make and I know I’d love it!

  • ginger

    My vote goes to Gav,it sounds so wonderful.I am going to try this recipe out on my own family this thanksgiving…I know already it is going to be a big hit!

  • josiefiorda

    Gav’s sounds delicious! YUMMY

  • Leslie

    My vote is for Kath. I love the look of Gav’s and I be it tastes amazing, but I think the season has swayed for some good old comfort food!!!

  • clirl

    My vote goes to Katherine as I think that will fit better as a thanksgiving sidedish

  • ronnies

    I love Gav’s dish. It looks both healthy and delicious!

  • mwatt

    My vote is for Katherine, it looks and sounds yummy

  • freddybob

    I think Chef dads recipe is my choice and I am going to try it it looks delicious!

  • lostjuan

    Cheese and potatoes yum. Katherine all the way.

  • Cindy

    My vote is for Gav’s creation.

  • ronda13

    Both recipes look very yummy. Thinking in terms of Thanksgiving dinner though, I vote for Katherine’s dish.

  • CarrieinSK

    I think both are great, but Katherine’s edges a little more ahead. :)

  • calmas

    I vote for Katherine’s dish as it looks very good.

  • hmrcarlson

    They all look delicious but Katherine’s seems a little extra-special so it gets my vote.

  • Heidi Leighton

    Both look delicious (minus the broccoli lol), but my vote is for Kath! Wish I had it in front of me RIGHT NOW :)

  • zorange

    Gav’s – looks more appetizing and appealing

  • selbys

    My vote is for Gav’s recipe. Looks really good.

  • KRB

    Katherine’s recipe looks great! That’s my choice.

  • amberleah

    I’d like to vote for Katherine’s recipe. I think the grandkids will like it better.

  • DebbieL

    Both recipes look great, but I’m going to go with Kat’s Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. I simply cannot deny that amazing layer of melted cheese on top of the dish!

  • melfraserhorn

    I think katherines looks great, what a wonderful way to get your kids to eat their vegetables. I think they will call it “pizza potaoes”!

  • PDLadybug

    I prefer Katherine’s Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. Her photo results call to me! I’m hungry just looking at the tantalising dish.

  • Tampa77

    So hard to choose! But our winner is Gav! This is a fun recipe that the kids can make and place their own toppings! For this reason this will definitely be a hit at our house!

  • KittyPride

    I vote for Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin – sounds tasty and the children would love the new way of enjoying potatoes :)

  • lisha

    I will have to go with Katherine’s Recipe’s Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin
    my kids love it

  • NFawcett

    Hi – I will have to go with Katherine’s recipe which I will be trying tonite – while I’m sure I would enjoy the other, I know Katherine’s would be more “kid” friendly in my house….

  • Amber

    OMG potatoes and cheese, that’s all I need!!

  • grace1972

    Both recipes sound delicious! And great contest too, with a feel-good spin (making a donation to a local food bank). That being said, I’m going to give my vote to:
    Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin

  • Lyn

    I vote for Katherine’s Recipe. My kids love anything with potatoes in it. Hubby’s recipe is good for getting everyone to eat healthy, in disguise, but if the kids saw me making it, they would refuse to eat it.

  • turtletatty

    I am voting for Kath’s recipe. It sounds delicious and like something my kids & hubby would love. In fact, I just might have to try it tonight for supper! YUM!

  • Inshalla

    I vote for Kath’s dish. All that cheese, you can’t go wrong… and the kids will love it too!

  • viappia

    I vote for Kath’s recipe for sure, it’s so cheesy….delicious!!!

  • NenaS

    Both recipes sound delicious, but I think I would have to say Katherine’s recipe for
    Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin would go over the best in my home! I’m making that with ham tonight for dinner! Mmmmm!

  • donnas

    Katherine’s dish looks most appetizing. I’d prefer to have this served to me.

  • carol_berreth

    Gav gets my vote. Vegetable Focaccia sounds great!

  • prettyrainbow

    Katherine’s recipe is a very creative way to serve potatoes! I also like the cheese on top!

  • phyllis

    Gav’s recipe would be the winner in our home. Sounds delicious

  • RH07

    We are big potato fans- Katherine is our vote

  • lisa965

    I vote for Katherines recipe.It is healthier and my family are great cheese fans. Neat twist on potatoes.

  • baker7

    I would have to vote for Kate,s as sounds great for the fall season

  • twodragons

    Would love to try both but, my family would go for Kate’s more than Garth’s. They’re not into bread and veggie together.

  • Keri1

    Potatoes Pmodori au Gratin by Katherine is the best recipe. I could see it served with a Thanksgiving meal.

  • sparky_gal

    I like Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. I often get bored of plain old potatoes, and this recipe takes potatoes to a whole new level. Looking forward to trying it!

  • Vesper

    I choose Katherine’s recipe – the presentation looks better and it contains garlic – one of my all time favourites

  • noah53

    I choose Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin – new way to serve potatoes.

  • Helpalz

    I like Katherine’s recipe — definitely going to try it!

  • helen41

    I am voting for Katherine. Looks tasty

  • barb

    My vote is for Katherine, I’m going to try it out tonight!

  • City Mom

    Both look fab but my vote goes to Katherine’s Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin!

  • cassandra666ca

    I vote for Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. It seems like something new to try with ingredients that are familiar. I’m going to try it for those days when you need a quick side dish, or perhaps add some ground beef or turkey to make a whole meal out of it.

  • avasmama

    I really like both dishes but Im going to vote for Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin. Im always looking for new ways to make potatoes as they can get boring. This is going to be a familt fav for sure!

  • lisa

    I’d like to vote for Katherine’s dish. I think it would be a nice addition to a Thanks Giving meal. Thanks

  • sking

    My vote is for Kath’s recipe. It’s different, and itsounds like it would be very tasty.

  • judcon

    I vote for Katherines Recipe. It’s a great new take on scalloped potatoes and looks delicious!

  • AK

    I voted for Katherine’s Recipe it is something more on my food choices, the other one looked good, but Katherine’s Recipe was more something that i could get away with eating thanks so much

  • Debra B

    I vote for Katherine’s Recipe, it has me intrigued me and I can’t wait to try it, looks so yummy

  • moviefreak

    I vote for Vegetable Focaccia. I love broccoli and the dish sounds very healthy

  • brazak

    I would have to vote for Katherine’s recipe as a few people in my household hate broccoli – the recipe would be good other than that. I have to admit the idea of potatoes with a tomato base seems quite different and would like to try it out.

  • ebayfinatic

    I vote for Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin

  • Anne Derkat

    Potatoes are my fav veggie, so I vote for Katherine’s.

  • Madcam12

    I vote for Katherine’s and agree the kids would like it much better.
    Can’t wait to try it.

  • marshadiane

    I vote for Katherine

  • dplavins

    MMM, they both look good, but I think its Katherine’s potatoes that I’m going to try

  • flower

    Gav’s looks cheesy & delicious!

  • ksceviour

    I definately vote for Katherines dish! Hmm..sounds yummy!

  • jentam

    Katherine’s dish sounds delicious. I’ll vote for that.

  • Nottamum

    My votes for Gav.

  • dmhaen

    I’m voting for Gav’s recipe.

  • cposen

    chef dad gav – love all focaccia

  • dapshore

    Definitely vote for Chef Dad Gav – big fan of Focaccia – will have to try his version!

  • pmilner

    I prefer Katherine’s side dish of Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin.
    Thanks for the great giveaway. ~Pauline
    dod@rogers.com

  • tjbugnet

    I vote for Katherine’s dish. Yummy!

  • greymouse

    must be kathrine. cheese .mmmmm!

  • janetm

    I like Chef Dad’s recipe. I have been looking for a good vegetable focaccia recipe.

  • RobynL

    I love both recipes which are new to me but I will
    vote for Kath’s Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin
    yourstrulee(at)sasktel(dot)net

  • Carrie

    I’m voting for Gav’s recipe. It looks so yummy

  • mommakoala

    I like Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin recipe. Hearty and right up my alley.

  • pat

    they both look good , my preference would be Katherine potato dish

  • Denise

    Hello Gav’s recepe looks so good and easy to make the appearance of her dish looks so good so i guess i will vote for Gav’s

  • Justrose

    They both look so good, and are different types of recipes. I will go with Kath, her recipe would be great with a meat item, and veggie.

  • Slabinator

    Gav’s looks good

  • nikkialeta

    Chef Dad’s Recipe – Vegetable Focaccia for sure!

  • woncoldchick

    I vote for Kath… yummm potatoes, cheese and tomatoes…. I AM HUNGRY! ;)

  • Kare

    I would go with Katherine’s as we are very big potato fans.

  • margaret44

    I vote for Katherine’s recipe! :)

  • angelmom3

    The two dishes above look very delicious. If I could I would choose both. Since I am a bread lover I will have to vote for Gav’s Vegetable Focaccia. The red tomato paste and the green broccoli make it very appealing to eat! I will try this recipe for my family. Thank you and can’t wait for the next one!

  • gmamaye

    Gav’s Vegetable Focaccia is by far is the most colorful and delicious looking! Is even healthy looking too!
    Sorry Kath, I think yours is great tasting too and it’s a comfort food I probably will try and love your effort but I vote for Gav’s all due to that I know it will taste good and also it looks eye catching that all in my family will love.

  • Kiki

    Mmm, the Focaccia looks amazing! My vote for Chef Dad!

  • licoricelegs

    vote for Kath’s recipe.

  • sarahandjm

    I’d like to vote for Gav’s recipe. I think my kids will like it better.

  • Lin

    Kath’s recipe for me.So delicious looking.

  • Debbie

    I LIKE Katherine’s recipe, so easy and goes great with so many mains !

  • kcrmb

    I love Katherine’s dish! It has that magic combination that makes the best comfort food – potatoes , tomatoes and cheese!

  • Kmyth

    I’d havwe to say that I would vote for Gav’s recipe. I think the kids will like it better.

  • kkroln623

    I vote for Katherine because her recipe is amazing!

  • CC

    Katherine’s potatoes win it for me.

  • winnermb

    Katherine’s recipe is tops!

  • Anu

    Love Katherine’s recipe for Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin

  • Iris

    Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin gets my vote.
    (I love cheese and pototoes)

  • mistycarole

    I like Kath recipe it’s looks yummy!

  • billiondollarprincesss

    Gav’s sounds yummy!!

  • ddleib

    Gav’s dish seems tastier and healthier to me

  • hipmom

    MMMM, cheesy potato and tomato sauce sounds awesome! I’m going with Kath this week.

  • viv123

    I go for Chef Dad’s recipe – it looks great and easy to make.

  • elkhornchris

    I vote for Kath’s, it looks delicious.

  • Tracyann

    I love the sound of both recipes but i think Kaths is more suitable for a thanksgiving meal. Seems more like a comfort dish!

  • gibberish

    Hmm, both recipes sound good, but I was most tempted by Gav’s.

  • p23ag

    I love the sound of both of these recipies but will vote for Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin although I am considering the Vegetable Focaccia as a rather neat appetiser.

  • trioworks

    Gav’s looks yummy

  • spynaert

    kath’s is best

  • cole5234

    Katherine’s is definitaly the best of the two

  • spike

    Kath’s for sure – I’m a traditionalist with a twist, and there isn’t anything about Gav’s that says Thanksgiving. You need potatoes to go with the turkey!

  • Shelly

    Gavs veggie focaccia makes my mouth water

  • sobe

    Kat for sure!

  • lovelylindy

    I like Gav’s recipe for the vegetable focaccia. It looks yummy and is not difficult to make.

  • Nate3333

    Gav’s recipe is the best

  • Irene

    I love Kaths – yum!

  • Serenitynow

    Gav’s looks really good! thanks for the tip! will try it!

  • Louise

    I’d like Gav’s recipe.mm YUM! I think my kids would like it too

  • lin55

    I like katherine’s recipe

  • lucky

    I like Gav’s recipe .It looks delicious and easy to make.

  • AgnesM

    I like Gav’s recipe for Foccacia because it looks absolutely yummy! I’m a lazy cook and if a recipe has few steps in the making and turns out great then it’s for me!

  • silverneon2000

    I like the sounds of Katherine’s Recipe – Potatoes Pomodori au Gratin.
    It sounds yummy and i know that i would eat it. Something different for the family.

  • lisaski

    Our household has all agreed on Gav’s recipe. Focaccia is not something I would normally make, but LOVE to eat. Thanks to Gav’s step-by-step recipe I have just been “selected” to make it for one of our Thanksgiving day appies. Thanks Gav!!!

  • sojeles

    I’m liking Katherine’s. My kids are not huge fans of potatoes unless covered in cheese , so this ranks high .

  • freda mans

    I vote for Katherine, since I eat Focaccia often and have not ever had the potato dish.

  • Diana3

    Gav’s dish is superb! What a way to serve a wonderful bread dish that can be used as an appetizer as well as a side to Thanksgiving dinner. This will be a hit at my table this weekend.

  • avalen66

    I’d like to vote for Gav’s recipe. I think the kids will like it better.

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