Potatoes go solo at breakfast table
Start the day with twice-baked spuds loaded with flavor
It’s no secret that most of us love potatoes. French fries, home-style fries, baked potatoes, potato soup, potato salad, and big fluffy mounds of buttery mashed potatoes. An incredibly versatile dish, it goes with virtually everything.
For centuries, potatoes have tagged along with the main dish. Now it can stand alone as the main dish. I have loved the potato forever, and now I have found something so clever and innovative, yet so simple that I can’t believe I had not seen it before.
The first saw this potato recipe at a really cool potluck. It was such a great idea that I could not believe no one had thought of it before. Of course, it could be that maybe I had just not thought of it. The next week, I received a new “Taste of Homes” cookbook. As soon as I started thumbing through the big colorful book, there it was:
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