Mashed potatoes, meet potato salad.
Photo by Bobbi Lin
Call me weird, but I have a thing for tangy, vinegar-laced Japanese mashed potatoes.
Yes, you read that right. My favorite mashed potatoes aren’t Joël Robuchon’s luxuriously silky pomme purée, which, in all its artery-clogging half-pound-of-butter-per-pound-of-potato, is often lauded as the pinnacle of mash. Nor is it the chunky “smashed” potatoes that try to be, but never quite seem to be in vogue. And it sure isn’t the cheesy, dirty mash I’ve ordered one too many times after those late, regrettable nights out.
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