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Titli and One: Mmmmm, beta carotene!

Titli makes African Sweet Potato Stew to raise awareness for childhood malnutrition:

 

Looks delicious.  I think I might try this one.

And here is One’s website.  You can submit your own sweet potato recipe.

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  1. About sweet potatoes . . . many years ago I read something taken from an old USDA bulletin. One could cook sweet potatos most of the way at temperatures just high enough to cook them, but for the last finishing cookphase, one wanted to bring them to 450 degrees or so for just long enough to get their sugars to begin carmelizing and developing the various complex flavors which carmelized sugars develop. That’s not a recipe of course, just some half remembered advice from long ago which I haven’t even tried out my own self.

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