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How can I experiment with global flavors for potatoes?
One solution is to put it into small plates, appetizers and sides. Right now customers are not as experimental with an entrée or more expensive selection. Here are some great tips from a fellow blogger; I love the idea of mini muffin shepherd’s pie: http://loveandhomemaderecipes.com/2010/09/make-ahead-mini-lunches/These corn and potato mini pancakes with salsa from our website are extra tasty: view recipe »And, try spinach and wild mushroom potato rosti: view recipe »Or, these delicious potato and smoked shrimp mini pies: view recipe »And, empanadas are a real crowd pleaser: view recipe »Finally use these tips to make your potatoes global: view recipes and tips »
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