|Confessions of a Couch Potato|
|by Stephen Furst|
A hysterical memoir of growing up as a husky . . . plump . . .heavy-set . . . OK, FAT! child, who struggled with weight problems through adulthood...
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Combine mashed potatoes, onion, egg ... flatten into patties. Melt butter in frying pan and brown for about 5 minutes on each side. Salt and pepper to taste.
In a large ... until smooth. Add potato mixture to flour ... pancakes that will take longer to bake in the centers. For wide, thin pancakes, use a thin batter.
Stir into ground ... Add egg to potatoes and beat until ... brown lots of it with onion and freeze in cookie sheets. Place in Ziploc bags to use when needed.
Mix all ingredients together, except cheese and bacon and place in a greased baking dish. Sprinkle cheese and bacon on top. Bake at 350 degrees for ...
Add one egg to cold mashed potatoes and blend. Shape ... and fry brown on both sides. For extra crispy, dip patties into extra beaten egg before frying.
In a large mixing bowl, combine potatoes, eggs, onion ... salt. Stir into potato mixture and add ... cream and crisp crumbled bacon. Makes about 12 to 15.
Combine well. Form into patties or small cakes and fry in hot oil to brown. Turn to brown both sides.
Grease a casserole ... the amount of leftovers you have. (I ... of turkey. Put mashed potatoes (sweet and/or regular ... enjoy! (Great for potlucks as well.)
Combine all ingredients. Roll ingredients in egg roll skin. Heat oil to 350°F. Cook four minutes. Use gravy for dipping sauce.
Sauté onions until translucent, but not browned. Combine all ingredients (to taste). Spread on sheet pan. Refrigerate until firm. Use a biscuit ...
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