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DuffyH | Nov 21, 201706:09 PM     7

Hi everyone,

Because I hate that cloying sweet potato casserole, I'm always looking for ways to change things up but still make everyone happy on Thanksgiving. I've done baked, mashed and roasted; savory and sweet. One thing I've learned, sweet rules.

This year I'm thinking of steaming cubed sweet potatoes in my pressure cooker, tossing them with butter, salt, pepper, and a little brown sugar and cinnamon, making them slightly sweet. I thought of sticking them under the broiler for a few minutes to finish.

Then the dude said "Add bacon!" I suppose it would work, maybe? Or is this a bridge too far for sweet potatoes?

Duffy

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