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Old 12-30-2012, 05:39 PM   #21
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boy do i feel dumb! the thread for the black eyed peas recipe is the black eyed peas thread. duh....
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:03 PM   #22
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I like the duck fat idea but I am wondering what the calorie count would be?
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Old 12-30-2012, 09:33 PM   #23
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three tablespoons of duck fat have about 350 calories.
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Old 12-30-2012, 10:50 PM   #24
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three tablespoons of duck fat have about 350 calories.
So now we have to add the potatoes.
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:24 AM   #25
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holler, if you need some help with the potato dressings and tastings, tin, i'm here for you.:)
seriously though, what size are your wee spuds, tin? are they red or white skinned? not that i'm prejudiced, or anything. i'm thinking to buy some yukons from bulk bins, where i can pick out a few pounds of the smallest spud-babes there. they won't be appy sized like yours, tin, but i'm only going to be feeding and pleasing myself for new year's.....
They are smaller than a golf ball and sort of white-skinned - like big brother Yukon Golds. The bag reads that they are "honey gold potatoes" in a 24 oz. bag. They're grown in California, and list a website at PotatoInspirations.com for recipes. I have several left, so I think I'll see what's suggested.
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And another thing....

I had leftover rosemary-duck potatoes in the fridge. Cut them up and made a bowl of potato salad with them. Pretty darn good.

The leftover uncooked ones, still uncooked. I looked at the website mentioned on the bag -- they listed a recipe for small red potatoes stuffed with smoked salmon. Sounded tasty.
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My relative reports that the rosemary roasted potatoes were a big hit at her New Year's Eve party. Thanks again for the post & recipe!
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Duck Fat Roasted Rosemary Fingerling Potatoes [IMG]http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-GmzmEC0Dr_E/UNoDUAuuwAI/AAAAAAAABB0/e_5kgJm586c/s1600/Cleaned+Up+Potatoes.jpg[/IMG] Duck Fat Roasted Rosemary Fingerling Potatoes Recipe: 2 lbs of multicolored fingerling or marble potatoes 3 tablespoons of duck fat 1 tablespoon dried or fresh rosemary Salt to taste Add potatoes to a pot of cold, salted water. Cook on high until just soft enough that you can easily insert a paring knife. While the potatoes are boiling, heat a cast iron skillet in a 400 F oven. Once the potatoes are soft, drain and set aside. Take the skillet out of the oven and add the duck fat. It should melt almost instantly. Add the potatoes, rosemary, and salt, and toss to coat. Put the potatoes in the oven, and roast for 20 minutes or until the potatoes start to brown. 3 stars 1 reviews
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