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Baking potatoes, brown skinned
Butter, 1 pat per potato


Preheat oven to 400 degrees. You can peel the potatoes first, or you can keep the skin on (it's healthy). Then cut each potato into long wedges (about 8 wedges per potato) and put them on a cookie sheet. Melt one pat of butter per potato in a small pan and brush a little on the cookie sheet to keep things from sticking. Then use the rest to brush on the potato wedges. You'll need a basting brush for this! Bake in a 400 degree oven until they're golden brown and crispy (probably about 45 minutes). After about 20 minutes, move them around once with a spatula so they don't stick (ask for help so you don't get burned). Let cool for about 3 to 5 minutes and enjoy.

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