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Old 02-05-2009, 11:36 AM   #11
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Never boiled them in chicken stock, but I have used the leftover potatoes from a crab boil to make potatoe salad, and that was slammin.
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Old 02-05-2009, 12:04 PM   #12
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I never said you were saying he was right or wrong. I was just chiming in with my input in general. it was not directed specifically at you.
NP. Now I'm all paranoid though and it means my corned beef isn't going to have potatoes with it because I don't like pealed potatoes in my corned beef. I'll just send DD to the store for baby reds when she gets home from school. LOL
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Old 02-05-2009, 12:22 PM   #13
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Don't be paranoid. You can still continue to use potatoes with the peel on them. The peel will be green as well if you look close. Just avoid those and you will be fine.
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Don't be paranoid. You can still continue to use potatoes with the peel on them. The peel will be green as well if you look close. Just avoid those and you will be fine.
No, the whole bag has a greenish tinge. I'll just go buy some fresher ones, maybe fingerlings. You know, you just have to have potatoes with corned beef (if you don't eat cabbage). Reds and fingerlings take less time to cook then russets do, so I should be good if I get them in the pot by 3:00.
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