I just bake my yams/sweet potatoes. I will look into preparing something with them, however. I did buy a pair of purple yams ("Ube [oohbeh] in tagalog), at some obscure Asian shop around the corner of downtown Tigard, run by a Pilipina. I baked it; and wondered where these have been all my life. My parents would often buy Pan De Ube (Purple Yam bread), at the Pilipino bakeries. After having the real thing, I find Pan De Ube a grave injustice. I find it tastier than regular Yams, though I like the sweet potato with the orange insides best.
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