Is it worth it to buy a ricer to make extra smooth mashed potatoes?
Not really unless you're concerned about digestability. But even a baby can eat mashed potatoes. And nearly no one on the planet can really tell the difference between good mashed potatoes and something run through a ricer.
Don't buy appliances you're unlikely to use to shut up a food snob who is probably lying.
by pastacurls 11 years ago
Can you use beef broth in place of chicken broth in mashed potatoes?
by Matt Wells 5 years ago
What is the history of mashed potatoes?Mashed potatoes are a very popular side dish. What is the history of mashed potatoes? What country did they originate from? Who invented them? What year were they first prepared?
by Lucey Knight 12 years ago
I would have to say one of my favorites is French Onion Soup.....What's your's?
by Rosie Rose 11 years ago
What did you have for Christmas dinner?
by Ryan Hupfer 6 years ago
What are easy and cheap dinners that a single guy can make at home?
by wiserworld 5 years ago
How do you like your potatoes?
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