One potato, two potato
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One potato, two potato a cookbook by Constance Bollen

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Published by Pacific Search Press in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English


  • Cookery (Potatoes)

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby Constance Bollen and Marlene Blessing.
ContributionsBlessing, Marlene, 1947-
LC ClassificationsTX803.P8 B57 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination167 p. :
Number of Pages167
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3171065M
ISBN 100914718827
LC Control Number83013243

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When one potato falls in the pot, two potatoes pop out. In goes one hair pin, out come two. With the pot’s magic, the O’Grady’s turn their meager existence into one of comfort (but not excess). Then Mr. O’Grady accidentally trips into the pot and out pops you guessed it! Soon the elderly couple has everything they need, including.   One potato transforms into two, two into four, and so on; the O'Grady's meager savings grow exponentially as well. But what the O'Gradys want most is the one thing money can't buy. When they discover they can duplicate themselves, their fondest wish is Brand: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (Byr). Get this from a library! One potato, two potato. [Cynthia C DeFelice; Andrea U'Ren] -- This retelling of a Chinese folktale pays tribute to the author's Irish heritage, and to the joys of an old marriage, new friendships, and the impulse to share. Using pen and gouache, the artist.   Mr. and Mrs. O’Grady live a simple—even Spartan—life. Their children are grown. They have one chair, one coat, one blanket and one candle; and they share one potato for their one meal each day. They are quite happy with each other, but both would secretly like to have a friend with whom to discuss their favorite topics. One day, Mr. O’Grady discovers a large black Author: Cynthia Defelice.

1 potato 2 potato dud This is my last story in this series. Angie complains over and over again about not wanting to investigate the murder. She acts like someone is forcing her to get into other people's business. They also treat Hope like a 15 year old. The characters are flat and uninspired. It's a very annoying and unrealistic story. One Potato Two shop for Antiques State Route 5 Bloomfield, NY () One Potato, Two Potato is a black-and-white American drama film directed by Larry Peerce and starring Barbara Barrie and Bernie Hamilton. 3 Additional information. 6 External links. Julie Cullen is a young divorced parent, on her own for the past four years since her husband abandoned her and their daughter, Ellen, only a year old at the Music by: Gerald Fried. Book reviews. One Potato, Two Potato Cynthia DeFelice Review by Alice Cary. September Poor Mr. and Mrs. O'Grady! This couple lives a very meager life, indeed, in a tiny cottage, with only one potato to share each day, one hairpin, one chair, one ragged blanket, one worn coat, one candle, which they never burn, and one gold coin, which they.