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Olive & Ivy Overhauls Their Menu and Salt Potatoes in Today's Eater's Digest

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Olive & Ivy's New Menu
For the first time in more than five years, Scottsdale restaurant Olive & Ivy is switchin' up their menu. Geez guys, it's about time! The restaurant/market will still serve their wonderful breakfast, gourmet coffee, house-made pastries and gelato but they have changed about 90 percent of their lunch and dinner menu. New additions include ten new lunchtime sandwiches including pastrami ruben with caramelized sauerkraut, five new pasta dishes and entrees, plus a slew of new small plates and appetizers. The revamped lunch menu will be served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and dinner is served right after. Check out the entire menu here

Salt Taters

We just recently found out what these guys are and we probably won't ever go back to plain ol' potatoes again. If you have never had Salt Potatoes, you are in for a treat. First you will have to get the nerve up to dump more then a cup of salt into the same pot of water as the spuds  -- it's okay, trust us. We guarantee your potatoes will come out creamier then you could have ever thought possible. Click here to gawk at a few pretty pictures potatoes pics and to try the recipe out for yourself. 

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