First Known Use of spud
Recent Examples of spud from the Web
Russets still dominate, with 92 percent of Idaho’s potato crop and 71 percent nationwide devoted to the familiar brown spud.
This spud was grown by family farmers in North Dakota whose 47,000-member union, plus a handful of other agricultural institutions, are majority owners in this wildly popular and expanding restaurant chain from the Washington area.
Keto Colcannon Thought typically made with potatoes and cabbage, the traditional Irish dish colcannon now has a keto version from KetoDiet, which relies on cauliflower as a low-carb spud substitute.
Use the spuds in a variety of recipes, including breakfast dishes, casseroles, and even desserts.
That’s pretty much all there is to colcannon, a dreamy Irish way with spuds.
Be sure to place the casserole dish in the lower part of your oven, so the underbelly of these spuds reach maximum levels of crunch.
To do so requires either a spud or an auger, a large drill powered by hand or by a small motor.
Simple to make and good for you as well, these vitamin packed spuds are perfect to include in your repertoire.
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Origin and Etymology of spud
First Known Use: 1667See Words from the same year
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