|The Great Potato Book|
|by Thomas Hughes|
Discusses many aspects of the nutritious, delicious, versatile potato--its history, usefulness, and folklore, with games, jokes, and rhymes.
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Melt butter in ... soft. Mash with potato masher and add ... dried parsley, salt and pepper and diced bacon or bacon bits. Yield: Enough to serve a crowd!
Boil all ingredients ... flour. Add to potato mixture, stirring well as you add. Keep stirring on low heat until thickened. Keep stirring or it will scorch!!
Heat a 6 ... stirring constantly. Thicken soup with roux, whisking ... and other garnishes may include chopped prawns or diced lobster in place of bacon.
Saute potatoes and onions slowly in butter (approximately 15 minutes) covered. Do not brown. Add water, herbs, salt and pepper and a sprinkle of ...
Great before a traditional Irish meal. Heat a ... constantly. Thicken the soup with the roux, ... green onions, and bacon bits as garnishes. Serves 8-10.
Melt butter in ... slowly to warm soup, stirring constantly. ... serving. Yield: 6 to 8 servings. Grated cheese and crisp bacon are also good to add to soup.
Peel and boil potatoes with large onion and seasonings. Chop them all up in small pieces, thin with milk, add lump of butter. Heat well and serve ...
Bring water to a boil, add potatoes, onions, thyme, bay leaf (optional) over low heat for about 45 minutes. Force the mixture through a sieve, add ...
Melt butter in ... spices, sieve the soup if you like. ... tablespoon of evaporated milk and a good pinch of chives. Add hot soup, stir once. Delicious. Serves 6.
Cook onion, garlic, celery and carrots in butter in large saucepan about 5 minutes. Stir in potatoes, chicken broth and thyme. Simmer 30 minutes or ...
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