Warm Mashed Potatoes Jigsaw Puzzle

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JAMP124
Jun 5, 2017
A wooden bowl and a sprig of dill --- and they're not plain mashed potatoes anymore!
maggie6145
Feb 10, 2017
Looks sooo good
sharondarlene
Dec 4, 2016
HI! Catching up on my e-mails, deleting a bunch. Enjoying working Jigsaw Puzzles, behind here too. Love mashed potatoes, especially homemade! Seems all my favorite foods today!! Have a blessed Sunday C4JS Puzzles and staff. Thanks for all the fun puzzles you post for us!!
sunsetsky
Nov 24, 2016
I have an overnight mashed potato recipe that is delicious. You make them the day before, cover them, put it in the fridge and heat them in the oven the next day. Saves some work the day you want them!
aussiesapphire
Nov 23, 2016
Oh yum, my mother used to make the best mashed potatoes ever. Never could master her method.

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pixipixil
Nov 23, 2016
Doesn't it bug you not to be able to do your mom's recipe? My mom, aunt and grandmother could all make the most delicious kertuffleglace(potato balls)I forgot the spelling--but mine always fell apart when I boiled them.
malko
Nov 23, 2016
I need to break down a door. Lol. Keep sending those wonderful quotes.
aknan
Nov 23, 2016
Sometimes it's not the way you make the mashed potatoes, but the type of potato you use, believe it or not. If you can get Yukon Gold potatoes, try those. They really soak up the butter and get fluffy and they're a great baking potato, too. Low glycemic index for a potato.
xyxyxyxx
Nov 23, 2016
I'm making these tomorrow. Yukon golds are the best to use and it also helps to heat up the milk or cream before adding it into the bowl as you mash.
aussiesapphire
Nov 23, 2016
Go for it malko. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Nov 23, 2016
Thanks for the tip aknan, there are so many types of potatoes these days, hard to know which one to choose. Had more people in my house yesterday than has ever been here at once. Had my car detailed and looks almost brand new, some friends dropped by to see about getting their car done and the builder came in to see about the cementing. A fun day lol. Hugs to you and R.
aknan
Nov 23, 2016
How nice to have a fun day! I'll go to a Thanksgiving afternoon dinner tomorrow - taking wine, my green bean casserole (which I don't eat), and a fresh apple pie with brandied raisins. Should be plenty of leftovers for my Dearly Beloved, who is still suffering from a cold and the broken rib. It will be good to spend time with friends. Hugs, aussie, and wish you could be here, too.
aussiesapphire
Nov 23, 2016
Me too Aknan, who knows what the future will bring :) Hugs.
carolsapple
Nov 23, 2016
Yukon gold? I thought the best potato was Russet. I knew someone that used to put cream cheese and sour cream in her mashed potoates. My grandmother had a recipe and there was a scant baking powder. It suppose to make them fluffy. My mom used to really small potatoes the size of a pea, marble and golfball potaotes. I'll be making Lemon Mousse Cheesecake in the next couple of days.
debbie8327
Nov 23, 2016
Love smashed potatoes
nlbuchanan
Nov 23, 2016
I'll have to take their word for the fact that they are warm but they do look like very good mashed potatoes. Definitely on my menu for tomorrow. I have so much to be thankful for. God is so good! Bless you all.
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