Whats your favorite way to eat potatoes?? Baked, Mashed, or other??
2 May 07
I see that both of you are new here. I would like to welcome you and hope that you enjoy yourself as much as I have. Kimberlyn may I suggest that when responding to posts that you be sure to go back to the original posting before making your comment in order to be eligible for a Best Response. Please do not be offended...just trying to help you NOT to lose any earnings.
1 May 07
My most favorist way to eat potatoes is scalloped. My mother used to make them when I was growing up. Don't ask me how they are prepared because I am not a cook. However, I do know that they are baked with sliced potatoes in a rich sauce made with milk, onions, cheddar cheese and cream. You have just made me wish for the days when I was a kid. Thanks, it brought back wonderful memories. +
1 May 07
I love baked potatoes with cheese, lots of cheese. Mashed potato is ok but I don't really have it that much. Chips however always go down well with gravy, cheese, ketchup, mayonaise or just salt and vinegar. After a good night out either chips (with whatever topping I happen to prefer that night) or kebab always finishes the night for me. hehe
• United States
2 May 07
i love baked potato the way you make it too... but i also enjoy baking potato with brocolli and butter then as done season with salt, dash of celery and chives then topped with grated cheese( mozarella or provolone ) to melt and mix with everything then dash with bacon bits and garlic powder. really awesome with porkchop barbequed or grilled!
• Trinidad And Tobago
2 May 07
Creole Steak It's Mardi Gras! Celebrate Fat Tuesday without all the fat by serving this fragrant beef stew, which is packed with flavor but goes relatively easy on the New Orleans-style richness. Credit: Lifestyle Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1/4 cup flour 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon paprika 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1 (1-pound) round steak, cut into bite-size pieces 2 onions, chopped 1/2 green pepper, chopped 3 tablespoons oil 2 (16-ounce) cans stewed tomatoes Hot rice, for serving Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Combine the flour, salt, paprika and pepper; dredge the steak in the flour mixture. In a large cast iron skillet, saute the onion and green pepper in the hot oil; remove from the skillet. Brown the meat in the remaining oil in the skillet; cover with the onion mixture. Drain the tomatoes, reserving the liquid. Add enough water to the tomato liquid to make 2 cups. Spoon the tomatoes over the meat and sprinkle with any remaining flour mixture. Pour the liquid over the meat mixture; cover and bake for 30 minutes, or until the meat is tender.