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Wouldnt it be cool? Potato!

 
DEC 28 @ 10:45

by frizz1974

A while ago, a bunch of regulars inside the Jamie Oliver Forums decided it would be fun to try to make a dish with the same basic ingredients or techniques on the first of each month.

Recently it was a creamy layered potato dish, which here in Australia we simply call "potato bake" though in many other places it has much prettier ones.

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DEC 29 @ 16:45

by Ashen

I know what you mean.. I like  the name Gratin Dauphinois better than scalloped potatoes that we call it.

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