Funeral Potatoes


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      dystopiamembrane
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      @dystopiamembrane

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      Leonard Bates
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      @playamonkey

      It’s that certain je ne sais quoi of the cultural hall, old ward basketball game anger and pent up hormones of nineteen year olds, that enhances the funeral potatoes. Probably the paper plate has something to do with it as well.

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      Utesbyfive
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      @utesbyfive

      I love ‘em. I’ve never been Mormon, so I don’t associate them with funerals. I associate them with Easter and Thanksgiving. They’re the one part of the local cuisine, along with fry sauce, that the culture got right.

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        dystopiamembrane
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        @dystopiamembrane

        I have never experienced them. Would you describe them, please? Which spices are used, etc.

      • #122904

        GameForAnyFuss
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        @gameforanyfuss

        As a card-carrying church member, I would say the food is not something we got right about the culture.

        A study a few years ago showed that the average LDS adult is 5 pounds heavier than the average non-LDS adult, despite the fact that LDS adults don’t drink (which should make us even thinner). Why? Because we love comfort food. Ham, funeral potatoes, casseroles, sauces…worst part of our culture.

        • #122915

          Utesbyfive
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          @utesbyfive

          Everything in moderation. Nobody has to stuff their face.

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      Utahute72
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      @utahute72

      It’s the ice cream used as a substitute.

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