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Kitchen Tip – Peeling a Potato

12th March 2009

Kitchen Tip – Peeling a Potato

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Have you ever wondered what Dawn Wells, MaryAnn from Gilligan’s Island, is up to? Watch the video and not only will you see Dawn Wells, but you’ll get a great kitchen tip on removing potato peels!

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  1. 1 On March 12th, 2009, Mimi Montana said:

    Wow, doesn’t she look fabulous? And her hands are beautiful! (Also, the spud peeling idea is pretty good. I think this would be a grate (ha ha) way to have potatoes partially cooked for hash browns while also speeding up the peeling process. (The best hash browns are made from partially-cooked and cooled spuds, I think.)

  2. 2 On March 12th, 2009, lynne said:

    Mimi – I’ve heard that partially cooked potatoes do make the best hash browns. I’ve also heard that using a cast iron skillet can make a good difference.

  3. 3 On March 15th, 2009, Ellen said:

    I love this tip. I’ll have to try it next time. Thanks Lynne for sharing this.