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How to make crispy, golden potatoes, every timeHere are a few fun facts about these beloved taters and some useful tips for making them at home.
Bill: Ain't got nuffin—spent my last brown on Vensday for a baked tater.
When I crossed the tater patch I seen the ground cracked and I dug in to see what cracked it.
Old missus said, 'Joe belongs to me, the tater belongs to me, take it back and cook it for him.
We used to take taters and grate them and make tater pudding.
And we had lasses pone corn bread and them good old tater biscuits.
If I ketches yo in dat tater sprouts office I gwine smack yo sures yo bon.
THREE LITTLE WOMENGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
Roberta listened intently: "'Tater wagens, Uncle Squire, big 'tater wagens, rumbling over the bridge."
Wy, I ain't sold an indigo cabbige or a chocolate tater to-day.
Ebery vine has to be hunted on and dem tater-bugs killed off.
NATALIE: A GARDEN SCOUTLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY

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