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potatoes mimi

Last summer we spent some time with our dear friend Mimi Thorisson (Manger blog, author of this book) in the Medoc region of France. We had a casual Sunday afternoon lunch at her friends’ house, and she made these amazing potatoes, which couldn’t be simpler. You just get the best quality little potatoes, cut them in half, place them on a cookie sheet face side up, salt them on the top with coarse salt, and bake at high heat on the top rack, at 375-400. Watch them, but they should take about 35-45 minutes. Because there’s no oil on them, they’re particularly great for kids, because they can grab and go, and you don’t have to worry about oil dripping (great for stand-up adult parties too, for the same reason.)

(We actually made a little video that day, if you want to see it click here!)

 

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