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    Potatoes and Pasta TOTM

    JoyfulCook
    Sun Sep 05, 2010 10:48 am
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    POTATOES, were first grown in South America a few thousand years ago and took so long to reach the rest of the world.

    Today Potatoes are a staple part of most of our diets in one form or another.
    Potatoes are so versatile that they can be used for each course of a meal!
    They are relatively cheap, and can stretch many a meal to serve just that extra visitor!

    PASTA, pasta in one form or another has been around for a few thousand years, and was first eaten by the Chinese in the form of noodles.
    Pasta today, is so adaptable and can be used again for any course you can think of.

    Neither the potato or pasta is expensive these days and is not only relatively cheap but also easy to store - easy to use and also easy on the pocket!

    So, come and visit us here at TOTM |There are great recipes and your own input is very welcome. Hope to see you there.
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