from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bread made of potatoes which have been boiled, pressed till they are dry, beaten up, kneaded with wheat-flour, aniseed, and yeast, and then baked.
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He pressed minced chicken, mild and pepper jack cheddar between two potato-bread slices.
That's one Hebrew National hot dog on a potato-bread bun, with a touch of mayo, a slathering of Bush's chili, and a heavy dusting of colby-Jack cheese.
Medici on 57th, and dig into dishes such as a half-pound burger on a potato-bread bun ($7.99).
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