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Ilene and Irene's is more the line of what I want. The others have liquid in them which

I don't want. I have made funeral potatoes many times, and although people love them, I am looking for something different and specific. I had a fabulous augratin potato dish in a restaurant, and it was mostly crispy sliced potatoes and onions and cheese. I figured I could copy it if I can figure out the herbs that went into it, but thought someone here might have a T and T one.

I do have a delicious one that I have posted that is in the archives - Grape Pickers' Skillet - but was looking for something a little different than that.

Thanks for your input!

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ISO: Potatoes Augratin recipe
Re: ISO: Potatoes Augratin recipe *LINK*
Thanks Nancy, but I saw that one in the archives. It has too much liquid for what I want. *NM*
Re: ISO: Potatoes Augratin recipe
Re: ISO: Potatoes Augratin recipe *LINK*
Ilene and Irene's is more the line of what I want. The others have liquid in them which
:gg I think you might be referring to a Hssselback Potato
Re: Correction: Make that ^^^^^ a Hasselback Potato *NM*
thank you, but I have made Hasselback potatoes before. It is not what I wanted. I did make a T & T
Just an idea...