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Author Topic: Quick and easy dinner ideas for coven discussion evenings  (Read 8699 times)
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« Reply #8: November 19, 2009, 12:31:16 pm »

Huh.  I never thought to try.  Do you just throw them in, scrubbed and chopped, maybe a little oil to coat?  Or is there anything else that needs done/added/etc.?

I usually throw in potatoes WITH something else, like a beef brisquit or something, so they soak in whatever else is going on in there.

But - I've done potatoes stovetop, and I've done them crockpot, and I think crockpot is WAY SUPERIOR.  They pick up all the flavors of the beer and catsup (if I'm doing brisquit) or the stew or the wine or whatever else I'm cooking with, and they just fall apart when you poke them, and they end up really tender and flavorful.
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