Yukon gold

Related to Yukon gold: gold rush

Yukon gold

A variety of potato having yellow-brown skin and yellow flesh.

[Named by the Canadian agriculturalist who developed the variety, Gary Johnston (1916-2000), after the Yukon River (with reference to the gold rush, rush that occurred in the Yukon Territory in 1897-1898 and to the color of the potato variety).]
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Yukon Gold

(Cookery) a variety of yellow-fleshed potato developed in Canada
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The Russet Norkotah potato variety was evaluated in 2015 and the Yukon Gold variety was evaluated in 2017.
2 pounds russet or Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled, cut into 1/8-inch-thick rounds
Either way, it's insanely good, made with morsels of Maine lobster, imported smoked melted Gouda cheese, crispy prosciutto bits and Yukon Gold chips for scooping.
Starchy potatoes like Russet or Yukon Gold break down easily without leaving behind lumps, resulting in a creamier mash.
Before placing in a hot skillet (cast-iron works best), chop 2 medium red or Yukon gold potatoes in about 1/8inch circles.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 24, 2016-Bravura Inks Option with Golden Predator to Acquire up to 90% of Yukon Gold Project
The royal tour of eastern Canada had taken the couple from the stunning scenery of the Hadai Gwaii archipelago to the Yukon gold rush town of Whitehorse.
After that, he traveled to North America, panned for gold in the Yukon gold rush, and earned a living by shooting game with a Winchester falling-block single-shot rifle to supply Dawson City with meat.
Current varieties include: pan seared chicken breast with creamy mushroom sauce, garlic roasted green beans and seasoned white rice; baked chicken parmesan with rosemary Yukon Gold potato wedges and fresh ratatouille; mini Italian meatloaf with couscous and fresh vegetables; peppercorn steak with creamy blue cheese sauce, chive mashed potatoes and garlic roasted broccoli and cauliflower; and pan seared boneless pork chops with apple and honey mustard sauce, roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes.
Earthbound Farm Yukon Gold 2/3 cup 110 1.5/0 Wedges with Rosemary & Garlic 8.
Watermelon, Yukon gold potatoes, eggplant, and blueberries are just some of the many fruits and vegetables that are in season every June, July, and August.
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