Is this the biggest sweet potato that you have ever seen?
That is a normal sized apple sitting next to it in the photograph which I took. The sweet potato tipped the scales right at 2 pounds and 7 ounces when it was officially weighed.
There are so many things I'd love to do to that potato.
Mashed, baked, sweet potato casserole. Just to name a few. Yummy! And yes, it's most definitely the biggest sweet potato. I wonder what the record is.
Sweet!!! (potato - lol!) You could make 2 sweet tator pies with that bugger!!
Yes that is a nice big sweet potato it would make a very tasty pie or custard even a pretty tasty soup you should have weight it .
That's definitely a biggie! Just what I need to make some crispy sweet potato chips!
I had one last year that weighed over 3 pounds ... they can get hugeamongous!!!
I have seen larger sweet potatoes at the market. I like the smaller ones because of the smooth texture and no strings.
by TheHoleStory 5 years ago
Is this the biggest baking potato that you have ever seen?It came out of a bag of Biggins Big Bakin' Taters, and it weighs a whopping 1 pound & 8.7 ounces. If it isn't the biggest that you've ever seen, then it should be up there in the top 10! Remember we are talking baking potatoes, and...
by MikeSyrSutton 8 years ago
Have you ever had sweet potato pie?
by TheHoleStory 5 years ago
Are these the biggest peaches that you've ever seen?That's an autographed regulation baseball sitting in between these two peaches.
by Tony Lawrence 8 years ago
This has become one of our most favorite meals.Asparagus goes well with many foods - we like it with eggs, for example, but with well prepared (not drowning in butter) sweet potato, it almost seems like desert to me.My wife adds a light sprinkling of Parmesan to the asparagus - just one of the many...
by Wayne Tully 22 months ago
What are the worst movies you have ever seen?Everyone has a movie or two in mind that simply drips with cack!
by cydray 8 years ago
Is sweet potato good in a diabetic person?
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