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Show: Dinner: ImpossibleEpisode: Late for the Luau
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In a pot fitted with a steamer basket, steam taro root until tender. Transfer to a large wooden bowl and add water. Pound to a puree with a pestle, and season, to taste, with salt
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Haines city, FL
on December 17, 2011
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yuck to me.How do you eat this it's like paste...waste of taro root...
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