Potato Rolls

These potato rolls are light, fluffy, and absolutely delicious. They make the perfect dinner buns and are great for sandwiches and dipping into soup, too.

Complete the meal with Roast Lamb, Mashed Potatoes, and some Stuffing.

A close up of potato rolls in a pan.

Potato Buns

Dinner buns don’t get any lighter or fluffier than these potato rolls. They’re made with mashed potatoes in the dough, which keeps them unbelievably soft. You’ve probably tried potato rolls from your local grocery store or bakery so you know how good they can be. But homemade is so much better. And when you serve them still slightly warm from the oven and spread with salted butter they are little bites of heaven.

How to Make this Potato Roll Recipe?

Potato rolls are yeast bread, which means that they take a little time to make as you need to let them rise. But don’t worry, they’re very easy to make. Here’s how … Read more

Colorado animal share scheme will circumvent USDA inspections

If dividing the cow works to share the milk, why not divide the animal to share the meat outside concern about any niceties about regulations or inspections?

Colorado Senate Bill 21-079 will do just that once the state’s “Food Freedom” Gov. Jared Polis signs it into law. Any notion that all meat sold in Colorado is licensed and inspected will be a thing of the past.

People, instead, will get to buy shares of animals to be butchered at facilities not inspected by the USDA. Purchase of animal shares will require money upfront. And if deadly pathogens like E. coli )157:H7 make you sick or dead, SB 21-079 eliminated rights to sue under the program.

Polis, who began his partisan political career in Congress as a member of the “Food Freedom” caucus, says deregulation will make locally sourced meat more available.

Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg, R- Sterling, sponsored the bill. A … Read more