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On-Mountain Ski Food

On-Mountain Ski Food
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After all that sweet, I am going to end with something savory, and also something that appeals to the brown bag crowd. I have never done this, and I probably won’t try it myself, but for spud fans, here’s one for the recipe box. Back in the days of true frugality, Stowe Mountain Resort’s Jeff Wise, would make a baked stuffed potato, wrap it in foil and put it in his pocket until it was lunch time. “Don’t laugh,” Jeff told me. “It actually tastes good cold, and provides a filling energy boost.”The Hot Pocket people should consider putting mashed potatoes in a tube for eating on the go.

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