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    Topic: Potatoes

    Happy Spiraldays
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on December 9, 2016

    Were you spiralizing all summer long? We used our garden fresh zucchini and squash to make everything from Spiralizer Thai Vegetable and Chicken Salad to Lemon Garlic Shrimp and Veggie Pasta. But summer is over and the holiday season is in full...

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    Skip the Snack Aisle and Make Spiralizer Potato Chips
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on September 6, 2016

    Am I the only one who purposefully avoids the snack aisle at the grocery store so that I don’t accidentally eat an entire bag of potato chips in 24 hours (or in one hour, let’s be honest)?

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    Skillet Breakfasts: Spiralizer Egg Nests
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on June 3, 2016

    Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day by far and eggs are one of my favorite foods. Growing up, my dad would always make my brother and me “Bird’s Nests” - you may have heard them called Egg in a Hole or Birds in a Nest. You simply butter...

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    Spiralizer Cheesy Au Gratin Potatoes
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on May 11, 2016

    There’s something so comforting about cheesy potatoes. Whether you prefer baked potatoes topped with cheese and broccoli or creamy au gratin potatoes served alongside a steak, potatoes scream comfort food.

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    Hearty Slow Cooker Recipes: Loaded Potato and Ham Soup
    2 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on December 28, 2015

    Leftover ham from a holiday feast can lay the groundwork for an amazing soup sure to get rave reviews from the whole family. Lose the beans and instead bring on the potatoes. This hearty soup fuses the flavor of loaded potatoes with ham for a...

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    Sweet Potatoes: Baked vs. Mashed
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on November 25, 2015

    When I was young, sweet potatoes were only made one way: peeled, sliced and baked. A little brown sugar, a lot of butter and in the oven they went. Out of all the amazing side dishes at the Thanksgiving table, sweet potatoes were the least...

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    How To Make Perfect Homemade French Fries
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on October 14, 2015

    Let's face it, you're not going to be able to make french fries that look and taste exactly the same as the fast food chains. If you want to recreate a perfect skinny yellow fry at home, your best bet is to buy a bag of frozen pre-cut fries and...

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