Pile of Potatoes Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle of a pile of potatoes from the garden. The potatoes are on a burlap sack on a table.

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ShySpirit
Oct 23, 2015
Wow.
Started this as a mystery jigsaw with a vague idea about a flower or a painting. About halfway through, became absolutely certain that it was a pig. Near the end, I became absolutely certain that it was a bowl of pears.
One of those cases where the mystery puzzle stays a mystery for just a little bit too long! ;)
dbnc2
Jan 28, 2015
I still love taters anyway you make them
dbnc2
Nov 14, 2014
I love potatoes any way you cook them
susanjanefgm
Aug 13, 2014
It's always fun digging up the spuds - wish mine looked as even as these though!
dbnc2
Aug 13, 2014
My niece and nephew just sent me a 1/2 bushel
i fried some for supper
they were so good
susanjanefgm
Aug 13, 2014
Haha dbnc2 - I have heard of a bushel and a peck but without looking it up (which I will now) I am not sure how much that would be (we work in Kilograms here) BUT how lucky you were...bet they were very good :)
dbnc2
Aug 14, 2014
1/2 bushel is 2 pecks
toadalove
Jun 14, 2014
Love it and really love potatoes!
malko
May 27, 2014
Any potato dish is fine with me, especially love salad and creamed
toadalove
May 22, 2014
I love potaoes mashed, baked, or fried!
Barbaranne
Nov 10, 2013
A very versatile veg, jacket potatoes are my favourite, Whats yours?

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PATRICIA37
Nov 10, 2013
Mashed Potatoes are mine....
dbnc2
Nov 10, 2013
Anyway you cook them
but best of all I call them stewed
just cut in chunks with lots of onions and bacon grease with lots of water with salt and black pepper cooked down to a thick gravy. And eat over a biscuit
another thing I love is tomato gravy
sisgp
Nov 10, 2013
I have developed a taste for sweet potatoes recently, baked.
Nudnik
Nov 10, 2013
So do I.
trynfindit
Nov 10, 2013
Peeled, halved lengthwise, parboiled, sliced into wedges, put onto cookie sheet (covered in foil to ease cleaning the pan), drizzled with melted margarine, sprinkled with salt and garlic powder, then popped under the broiler to get browned and a bit crispy on the outside. Yum!
aussiesapphire
Nov 10, 2013
Sisgp - sweet potatoes are a diabetic's friend :)
pixipixil
Nov 10, 2013
I am drooling as you each mention a different way to fix them. I love latkes, home fries with onions--AND nobody mentioned potato salad. That's my pick. German or with mayo. I like em both but hold the other veggies like peppers and carrots. Not in my potato salad please. Nor eggs.
sunsetsky
Nov 10, 2013
Sweet potato fries....mmmm!!!
Jrea73
Nov 10, 2013
Mmm mashed potatoes are yummy but I do love sweet potatoes! :)
netta
Nov 11, 2013
Baked in their jackets, then scoop out the 'flesh' into a basin and mash (keep the skins). Mix in a beaten egg, grated cheese, fried mushrooms and onions and cubed, cooked ham. Pile back into the skins, place on a baking tray, and cook at 190 degrees centigrade for about 20 minutes. Delicious.
amberjoy
Nov 12, 2013
For me, it is a tie between sweet and red potatoes.
mrscf
Nov 12, 2013
Sweet potatoes for me - baked with lots of butter, casserole with marshmallows on top, or as fries - love it all!
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2013
You folks ever made sweet potato pie? It tastes like pumpkin only better.
trynfindit
Nov 14, 2013
I don't know 'bout that. I get my pumpkins for pies from the mountains of NC and cook and puree them myself. (I used to grow my own pumpkins but it's an iffy situation here in n.e. Fla with the summer heat.) A sweet potato would be hard pressed to beat them.
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2013
I won't argue with anyone who has home grown anything. It always seems better than the store. Let me just say it's better to my taste based on store bought stuff, okay? So have you ever tried it, Trynfindit?
amberjoy
Nov 15, 2013
I love sweet potato pie!!
pixipixil
Nov 15, 2013
With whipped cream, right?
trynfindit
Nov 15, 2013
Actually I did try sweet potato pie once, many years ago. I remember not thinking it very good but, then, the person who made it may not have been a very good baker. :\
pixipixil
Nov 16, 2013
It's unfortunate when our first experience of something isn't good. We tend not to give it a second chance. If you want to try it I can put the recipe on here, trynfindit.
trynfindit
Nov 16, 2013
OK, if the C4J team doesn't object.
pixipixil
Nov 17, 2013
Microwave cook enough sweet potatoes to get a cup and a half scooped out. I found a good trick is to cook them a day ahead and refrigerate. If you put them in hot with the eggs you get pieces of cooked egg. Yuck.
Slightly beat three eggs. add a cup of brown sugar, t cinnamon, half t salt 1 T margarine and beat it together with the egg. when it's thoroughly mixed add the sweet potatoes. Gradually add one and three quarters cup of milk with the beater on low or you'll get a bath.
Pour into open pie shell (uncooked) and place in preheated oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes or so. Test with a toothpick to decide if the filling is all cooked.
Choose sweet potatoes that seem heavier for their size than other ones. they will be the juiciest.
Hope this givews you a better experience than last time, trynfindit
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