Monthly Archives: November 2010

Funeral potatoes

Have you ever heard of funeral potatoes? I hadn’t until I met some friends from Utah that belonged to the Latter Day Saints.  I learned that funeral potatoes are a traditional casserole dish served at their funeral lunches. This isn’t … Continue reading

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What do Alabama and Vermont have in common?

I was reading the news today and could hardly believe my eyes! Alabama and Vermont are tied for highest increase in food insecurity. New numbers from the USDA show that Vermont ranks #1 among the hungriest state in the country. … Continue reading

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Potato trivia and tales

Somethings are worth revisiting. Thanks to: James T. Ehler for this information. Up until the late 18th century, the French believed that potatoes caused leprosy. The potato is the fourth most important crop in the world after wheat, rice and … Continue reading

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Friends, fans and follows

Now that I know a little more about potatoes and Tuberville’s mission, I have joined the cause. I may even grow a few potatoes, who knows. There are so many awesome folks that are working on the project and the … Continue reading

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