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One Potato, Two Potato by Roy Finamore
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Oct 11, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: now-we-re-cooking
Read in January, 2002

I tend to shy away from single-subject cookbooks, but as a potato fanatic in a family of spudheads, I made an exception for this one. Good thing, too, because the recipes in this book are winners. I haven't found a dud yet, and the repertoire is thorough enough to cover every course -- even dessert. There's good information about potato varieties and a nice mix of ethnic recipes. Heartland Potato Salad was a hit with the family (I omitted the cucumber, though). We also liked the Mustard-Roasted Potatoes. I'm intrigued by the Bacon and Potato Cake and Eggplant Gnocchi. There are 300 recipes, plus color photos.
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