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noun as in tuber

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First, poke your spud with a fork to allow for even cooking and prevent any explosions.

I hate to ask who the maternal figure is behind “Mama’s” mashed potatoes, but the lackluster spuds don’t exactly rate the feel-good reference.

However, I tend to regulate these iterations of crispy spuds to lunch and dinner these days, thus filling me with joy and exuberance anytime I’m able to enjoy crunchy taters in the morning.

Some of the recipes traditionally called for pre- or par-cooked potatoes, but all can be cooked from raw spuds.

Below, you’ll find some great spud ideas for your Thanksgiving table.

Old Warrender would lean on his daisy-spud a pleased spectator of the Arcadian scene.

Again he caught a glimpse of the boy's arm amid all that spud and foam.

Spud Murphy, our officer, fought till his arm was disabled, but we continued to hold the trench.

She walked up and down with her spud for another half-hour before she could come to any conclusion.

Spud answered with a joyous oath that it certainly looked like it.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spud, such as: potato, and tater.

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