“So, this is pretty much a normal day for y’all?” Our friend asked. To which my husband replied, “there’s not a normal day around here.”
But, setting up a miniature photography studio on the kitchen island while cooking is my normal. I wasn’t going to let another opportunity to share the perfect baked potatoes with you escape me. And besides, we were making a special dinner.
Now, put that foil away, ’cause you won’t need it.
the perfect baked potato
|Prep time||10 minutes|
|Cook time||45 minutes|
|Total time||55 minutes|
|Meal type||Side Dish|
|Website||What's Cooking America|
- 5oz russet baking potatoes (1 potato per person, about 5 ounces per potato)
- olive oil (enough to coat each potato)
- course sea salt (enough to coat each potato)
You will want to lay foil down on the bottom of your oven to protect it from the drippings.
Pair that hot potato with a juicy steak, and you’ve got a meal worthy of a bigger than life T.V. character. Last night’s episode of the new “Dallas” was a very memorable tribute to both the actor, Larry Hagman and the character of J.R. Ewing. And now, we’re left with the question that plagued the nation so many years ago, “who shot J.R.?”
See you in class,