Well I will have to tell you.. My coffee choice has changed. For years Folgers Black Silk has been my coffee of choice. Now it is Jacobs. Somehow Folgers has changed their formula, or maybe it is my taste buds. However My husband has said the same thing. so I do not think it is my Taste buds.
Jacobs is a German coffee. With coffee prices increasing here, the cost is about the same as imports.
So as I have my Jacobs roast with caramel and buckwheat honey, top with a little half n half, I will share a recipe.
Over the weekend I grabbed a old cook book from the 1800's. One in my library, from generations gone by. Did not change this one a bit. Thought I would just stay true to the recipe. Sometimes the taste of old brings back fond memories. This one did just that, my Mother used to make it. So easy to make and so delicious.
you will need:
4 medium potatoes, cleaned and peeled.
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 cups all purpose flour
1/3 cup cold butter
3 tablespoon finely chopped Yellow onion
2 cups Heavy Cream
Preparing the Potatoes:
using a madoline slice the potatoes into 1/8 slices
Place in a bath of salted water for 1 hour.( I use about 1 tablespoon of kosher salt per 1 quart of water)
Preparing to bake:
Butter a 2quart casserole dish.
turn oven on perheat to 350 F.
Mix flour and salt together set aside.
Cut butter into small pieces-set aside
Drain potatoes well, pat dry.
First layer.... 1/4 Sliced Potatoes on bottom of prepared casserole dish. top with 1/4 of the flour mix and 1/4 of the onion and 1/4 of the butter.
Continue this layering three times. Making four layers.
Now pour heavy cream over the Final layer.
Cover with foil( or casserole ovenproof top. and bake at 350F for 45 minutes
Uncover and continue to bake for 15 minute or until top is lightly browned.
Make 6-8 servings.