So yesterday, I made a meatloaf, and gravy, and to go with this, I thought I'd use some of the potatoes I mentioned in the last post.
Half an hour before the meatloaf was to be done, I cut up the crispy, juicy home grown potatoes (the darker brown ones) and put them on to boil.
The meatloaf was done. The gravy was done. The salad (with home grown romaine lettuce among its ingredients) was dressed and tossed. The potatoes, however, were not done.
Another twenty minutes passed, with the meatloaf and gravy being kept warm. We tested the potatoes. Still crunchy.
We were starving, so we turned off the potatoes and ate meatloaf and salad. I put a few of the crunchy potatoes in a bowl with a dab of butter and ate them ... they were good, but they were as crunchy as raw jicama.
I wasn't worried about it, and figured I'd fry some of the semi-cooked potatoes this morning with eggs.
Worst taters and eggs ever. Crunchy hash browns? NOOOOO.
Maybe I'll try roasting them in the oven sometime today. Or maybe I'll just eat them raw. They were great raw.