This is my grandfather's famous recipe for twice-baked potatoes- I can't remember a Thanksgiving meal without them! They're creamy on the inside, topped with a crunchy breadcrumb topping, and the leftovers are freezable (if you have any!).
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Assemble the potatoes ahead of time up and store in the refrigerator for three days or the freezer for up to six months. Defrost/bring to room temperature and bake according to directions when you are ready.
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