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PostMon Oct 10, 2022 4:46 pm 
Easy Mash is the WAY TO GO for big mash potatoes!!!!!!

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PostMon Oct 10, 2022 8:55 pm 
Hash or mash....I really like hash browns and mashed and gravy, but don't enjoy the labor involved. I mean scratch is the way to go..

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PostTue Oct 11, 2022 7:32 am 
I was watching Jacques and Julia cook hash browns one afternoon. Julia had hers all boiled and peeled and neatly stacked, ready to chop up and toss into a skillet with a pound of butter. Jacques pulled a big pan out of the oven, covered with lovely baked potatoes. When you boil a potato, the potato sucks up the water it's being boiled in. When you bake a potato, the potato isn't sucking up a bunch of water. Hash browns: baked potatoes only. Never boiled. Take if from Jacques! up.gif
pan fried lamb blade steak on potato with shimeji mushroom glaze and salad 10/10/22
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PostTue Oct 11, 2022 10:05 am 
I am not a chef and have only made hash browns a few times, but I just peel and grate my potatoes and pan fry until crispy, I thought they were pretty good. My Mom and I were having breakfast at Frank's in Spokane once (great breakfast joint in a restored boxcar) and were sitting at the counter so the food is cooking just a few feet from you. They cooked the hash browns so long on one side I was afraid that they were going to burn...nope, perfect!

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