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post #11 of 51

Smashed potatoes. Disgusting and got pitched. 

post #12 of 51

I have such a long list I don't even know where to start. LOL! I will post a couple of them though.

 

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Even with cookie cutters hard to get the watermelon into star shapes. I thought it should be so easy. I am thinking of getting a biscuit cutter and trying it.

 

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I only buy the English cucumbers and they just did not work. They were so tiny it was silly.

 

I had a couple of card upsets. I loved the cards but most required you buy a kit or an image. So to me they were kind of a let down.
 

post #13 of 51
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Smashed potatoes. Disgusting and got pitched. 


Were those the ones where you cook baby red potatoes the smash them, coat them in a bit of oil, then broil or bake them? I did those at my house and they were really, really good. I used a variety of topping. They became a base for all sorts of layers of goodness.

post #14 of 51
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Were those the ones where you cook baby red potatoes the smash them, coat them in a bit of oil, then broil or bake them? I did those at my house and they were really, really good. I used a variety of topping. They became a base for all sorts of layers of goodness.

I pinned the one you're talking about too. I've not made them yet, but the reviews of them were really good.
post #15 of 51
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Were those the ones where you cook baby red potatoes the smash them, coat them in a bit of oil, then broil or bake them? I did those at my house and they were really, really good. I used a variety of topping. They became a base for all sorts of layers of goodness.

 

Yep. I may have cooked them too long though. 

post #16 of 51
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I made something like the smashed potatoes. I thought they were fine. Not to be raved about like the reviews I saw, but we ate them.

post #17 of 51

I agree they weren't spectacular, however, they're far easier than the red potatoes that are halved and roasted.

post #18 of 51
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I thought of another one. I tried rinsing blueberries in diluted vinegar to make them last longer, but they didn't last long at all.

post #19 of 51
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I thought of another one. I tried rinsing blueberries in diluted vinegar to make them last longer, but they didn't last long at all.

I was told this works for strawberries, raspberries, & blackberries, but not blueberries.  Not sure why, but what I was told by a friend who swears by the method. 

post #20 of 51
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Originally Posted by swishina View Post

I thought of another one. I tried rinsing blueberries in diluted vinegar to make them last longer, but they didn't last long at all.

I did this as well, and it didn't make any difference!

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