Sweet potato and Canadian bacon hash (recipe in the comments)
Salad with creamy vinaigrette
This is an amazing and unusual recipe. We love hash and make it with a WIDE variety of meats (corned beef, turkey, salmon, etc), but this is very different. The blend of potatoes, the subtler flavor of the Canadian bacon, and the cider vinegar finish make this worth a second hash recipe. This is also very healthy and almost falls into the category of meat as condiment, as there is relatively little meat in the whole dish. We mostly eat this in winter, but have made in it June, writing on the recipe that it is a dish for all seasons. I think we're most likely to have it in fall or winter, but whenever, it is a pleasant and somewhat unexpected recipe.
I'd also like to note that the potato soup I refused to post the recipe for also had celery seed in it. I think it's weird how many of our recipes seem to have overlapping flavors in a particular week. It's as if we were really in the mood for potato and celery seed this week, but we didn't know it until we saw our grocery list. It happens more often than you'd think!
Chopping: Sweet potatoes, white potatoes, bacon, pepper, scallions
Time: 35 minutes
Make ahead: Doesn't hash always keep well?
J: "Hearty and healthy! A perfect January meal."
M:"Hooray for making a hash of things!"