Go green with your potatoes!
by Food Polka
Ok, so Easter is right around the corner and being Polish I know that all the Polish housewives have been busy in the kitchen for the last two weeks. Probably baking babkas, hard boiling eggs, and maybe even painting them… I am Polish and I don’t paint eggs this year but I painted my mashed potatoes green. And painted my potatoes not because it’s Easter time, but because green potatoes are delicious, healthy and they look really cool. I am […]
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