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How to Fix Burnt Sweet Potato Casserole

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Did the marshmallow top of your sweet potato casserole catch fire or otherwise turn into an unsightly char-fest? It’s really no major malfunction. In fact, there’s an easy fix for this minor marshmallow mishap. This simple trick will get you out of a jam just as easy as you please. And nobody needs to know you saved the sweet potato side from almost certain death. See more simple tricks for averting Thanksgiving Day disaster >>

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i'd rather go fishin'

i'd rather go fishin'

omigod! I LOVE burnt marshmallows!!! It almost made me cry to watch this (only slightly kidding), knowing they were probably thrown in the trash can. If I didn't have others to consider at the Holidays, I'd burn mine on purpose. No accounting for some tastes, is there?! (: Oh, yes, I also like my barbecued ribs charred and the meat tender...go figure!

i'd rather go fishin'

i'd rather go fishin'

omigod! I LOVE burnt marshmallows!!! It almost made me cry to watch this (only slightly kidding), knowing they were probably thrown in the trash can. If I didn't have others to consider at the Holidays, I'd burn mine on purpose. No accounting for some tastes, is there?! (: Oh, yes, I also like my barbecued ribs charred and the meat tender...go figure!

justmedotcom

justmedotcom

I have never tried marshmallows on sweet potatoes. We always treated them like squash and put brown sugar and margarine in and mixed it about.

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