- n. Plural form of baked potato.
“For the record, baked potatoes do have a high glycemic index, but when the other choices are fries (570 calories for large fries at McDonald’s), twice-baked potatoes (easily double the calories of a plain baked), and other buttered, fat-drenched potatoes, the plain baked potato comes out as the obvious winner.”
“I’d put out big bowls of crispy-skin baked potatoes with a dozen different toppings to choose from and those boys would love to shovel giant helpin’s of creamed seafood, chicken à la king, crumbled bacon, or steak and mushrooms on top of their potatoes.”
“It was the brown-and-yellow platter containing the baked potatoes with the gravy in them and bits of meat which she had cut and mixed among them.”
“Sure, there are twenty-seven-ounce porterhouse steaks (which run between 60 and 90 calories per ounce) and baked potatoes (220 calories for a medium-size one) brimming with sour cream (26 calories per tablespoon), cheese (110 calories per ounce of cheddar), and bacon bits (30 calories per tablespoon), but these restaurants also carry great seafood, the highest quality produce, and many options that are both low in calories and satisfying.”
“A plate of sliced turnips and a dish of baked potatoes completed their "halesome farin '.”
“Serve him steak au poivre with baked potatoes and kiss him before bed.”
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