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    Potatoes are a classic and expected side at any Thanksgiving gathering. It’s a staple of the holiday, and for good reason – who doesn’t love an awesome potato dish? While mashed potatoes are great and we love them very much, sometimes you need to branch out and try some other ways to eat this side dish – in fact, these recipes are so good that one (or many!) may end up being your entree. Check out these dishes from our Food Monster App for your potato inspiration! 1. Roasted Potatoes Image Source: Crispy Roasted Potatoes with Miso Tahini Dressing [Vegan] Roasting potatoes is a great way to bring out their flavor, especially when you pair them with the right things. Roasting also can help get your potatoes to the perfect texture: soft on the inside, crispy on the outside, just like in these Crispy Roasted Potatoes with Miso Tahini Dressing from Christina Bedetta. For another delicious recipe with a crispy exterior, try out these tasty Coconut and Turmeric Roast Potatoes from Tomi Makanjuola! Herbs are incredibly important when roasting potatoes, as the flavor...
    Family Thanksgivings may be looking a bit smaller across the US this year, but one thing is (probably) for sure: Californians will have their mashed potatoes, New Yorkers must have stuffing, and Georgians won't be happy without a Pyrex full of macaroni and cheese. The career site Zippia used Google Trends data to figure out the most popular Thanksgiving sides by state, breaking down the top side dish people can't live without on the fourth Thursday in November. Mashed potatoes won in the most states — ten — while mac 'n cheese, green been casserole, and rolls were among the other American favorites. Trends: The career site Zippia used Google Trends data to figure out the most popular Thanksgiving sides by state The five most popular Thanksgiving side dishes  Mashed potatoes  Green bean casserole  Mac and cheese Stuffing Biscuits and rolls  Mashed potatoes were the top-searched side in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, Washington, and Wisconsin. Interestingly, they weren't the top pick in Idaho. There, it was green bean casserole, which was also the top side in...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A new survey is revealing each state’s favorite side dish on Thanksgiving. The survey, conducted by the career site Zippia using Google Trends, shows the favorite side in both Minnesota, North Dakota and Wisconsin is mashed potatoes. Mashed potatoes was the favorite of 10 states. Right behind mashed potatoes in popularity is mac n’ cheese (seven states). South Dakotans go for crescent rolls and Iowans like their corn. Only three states had vegetables as their go-to side dish.
    A BABY who loved to eat mashed potatoes and banana was allegedly starved to death by his mother – as three other kids in her custody had meth in their systems. Paige Wolf, 26, was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday for manslaughter, child neglect, and child abuse, the US Attorney’s Office in North Dakota said. 4Paige Wolf, 26, was indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday in the death of Karson WolfCredit: McClean County Jail 4Karson was just nine months old when he died in JuneCredit: Langhan's Funeral Home Officials said Wolf had custody of five kids at the time of nine-month-old Karson Wolf’s death in June.  Per the attorney’s office, authorities responded to a home in Parshall, North Dakota, on June 24 about an unresponsive infant. When medical responders got to the home, Karson was dead. An autopsy found the baby died from chronic starvation, the Justice Department said.  4Wolf had custody of five kids in total – three of whom were found to have meth in their systemsCredit: Facebook The other kids on the property in...
    An American mother has divided the internet after she spent the whole day trying to master a roast dinner.  Megan Torres-York, 36, from New Jersey, US, joined a Facebook group for family dinner hacks and kept seeing posts from proud parents of their Sunday roasts.  In an effort to get involved in British culture she spent an entire day perfecting the dish, including roast chicken, roast potatoes, parsnips, gravy, carrots and cauliflower and broccoli cheese. Her husband, Matthew, 37, and 12-year-old daughter, Charlie, loved the meal and requested it for the following week. But when she posted the roast on Facebook, British fans weren't all impressed and informed her that cheese and broccoli should never go together. Megan Torres-York, 36, from New Jersey, US, spent a day creating her roast dinner, but it received mixed results on the internet Megan, a data analyst, said: 'I kept seeing these roast dinners on the group and couldn't believe how giant the meals were. 'Us Americans are supposed to be known for being large, but I had never seen a meal bigger...
    By Stacy Fernández Hide A maskless woman got on the counter of a KFC and berated workers to give her food. They said they couldn’t do that unless she put on a mask. Hide “Call the fucking cops then bitch. Do it,” the woman says to the employee while yielding a cup in her hand as if she’s about to throw it at the worker behind the counter. The woman proceeds to get on the counter, scream at the worker, and ball up both her fists. “Hey, ma’am,” a worker begins to say. Hide “Give me something to fucking eat! I’m hungry!” the woman screams. “Now!” She continues to inch closer to the person while perched on the counter and adds that they need to give her food “or call the fucking cops. Do it. Fuck you.” “Now. I’ll stab you bitch,” she seems to say. Hide @leahmaechastain dude wait for it #fyp #whathasthisworldcometo #kfc #fresno ♬ original sound – leahmaechastain Hide In the second video, the masked employee she directed her words and threats at comes into view. She...
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