Presentation and eye appeal are an important part of any plate you prepare. That means you would’t serve chicken, cauliflower and mashed potatoes on the same plate since the foods are all the same color. Try shaping potatoes to look like mushrooms. You can use either small red or baby yellow potatoes, the important part being they are small. Take an apple corer and press half way through the potato along the length. Slice through the potato covering the stem (the cored inside serves as the stem of the mushroom). Carefully pull out the corer without breaking off the remaining potato. Trim the bottom of the stem and you have a mushroom. For a quick preparation drizzle with olive oil, add some chopped fresh rosemary, salt and pepper and roast at 400 degrees for 30 to 40 minutes or until soft.