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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 01 Dec 2007 23:34 #1

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Lay out a couple of pieces of foil

Split a potatoe and place it on the foil, split an onion and lay it next to the potatoe. Place a few slices of bacon into the splits along with a some butter, salt and pepper. Wrap it in the foil and place on a grill or in the oven for about and hour on medium heat. Don't scorch it by cooking too fast.

Great with steaks!

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 02 Dec 2007 14:41 #2

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Those sound great, might try those tonight in the oven with the steaks!

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 02 Dec 2007 23:32 #3

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Dang now I need to put an oven in my boat :rolleyes:

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 03 Dec 2007 22:39 #4

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missrobyn;92127 wrote: Those sound great, might try those tonight in the oven with the steaks!


Let me know how Sammi likes them;) .

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 05 Dec 2007 15:58 #5

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Hey, we tried these the other night, Sam gives you the "paws up", yummy!

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 10 Dec 2007 02:28 #6

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Ned, I'd like to know what you mean by "split" a potato. Do you mean cutting it in half or cutting a notch out of it or what? Also, are we talking about a whole onion treated the same way? Pardon me for being such a clutz about this but I'm trying to do some cooking on my own around the house in retirement and want to get it right!
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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 10 Dec 2007 22:49 #7

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No problem Tom! Just split a whole potatoe and a whole onion in half. That gives you a place to put the bacon and butter in. Just don't cook them too hot or too fast.

Hey...if Sammi gives them the thumbs up they must taste "paw right".

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 11 Dec 2007 04:30 #8

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Thanks Ned. Seeing you are from SC made me think of the good Southern cooking that we miss. We lived for over 10 years in Sumter while I was in the Air Force and retired to a career in education.

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 12 Dec 2007 00:32 #9

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Whimsea;94298 wrote: Thanks Ned. Seeing you are from SC made me think of the good Southern cooking that we miss. We lived for over 10 years in Sumter while I was in the Air Force and retired to a career in education.


Yep, we know how to fry up some food and make the best barbeque you've ever tasted down here. I'm 45 miles from Shaw and have several friends on base. Just got through talking with one who is packing up for Japan for his last tour. Guess who I'm going to visit next year?:)

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 29 Jul 2008 03:06 #10

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My daughter just got back from Japan (USAF). She loved it. Hope your friend is looking forward to it. Hey thanks for the potato idea. Heading to the boat tomorrow and will try em then.

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 01 Aug 2008 13:00 #11

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I have to give this recipe a thumbs up. I tried it last night and they were fantastic. I changed it up a litttle though, I sliced the potatoes and onions into 1/2" slices rather than splitting them. Thanks!

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Lake Potatoes.....mmmm 01 Aug 2008 21:30 #12

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Whimsea;94298 wrote: Thanks Ned. Seeing you are from SC made me think of the good Southern cooking that we miss. We lived for over 10 years in Sumter while I was in the Air Force and retired to a career in education.


I may have to try that tonight (I now feel a strong desire for carbs)..
I wonder if you can add frozen shrimp (since you are cooking it for an hour) and turn it into a dinner.

I'm big on soaking a potatoes in water (sometimes poke with a knife), spraying with some pam, salt, pepper, powder garlic, soy sauce, and wrapp several times with plastic wrap. Microwave on high for 5 minutes. Add sour cream and top with

How is the Sumter area? Born on that base in 68' (guess that makes me a native South Carolinian) and thought I would like to return for a visit. All I have seen on Sumter was on "Cops" or video of car chases :( . I wonder if the fishing is any good.

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