Hasselback Potatoes with Creamy Gorgonzola Dressing



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Swedish version of baked potatoes. These baked potato fans, also known as “accordion potatoes”, were named after the Hasselbacken Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden that first introduced them in the 1700s. They are crisp on the outside, tender on the inside and make an excellent accompaniment to baked cod, and roasted wagyu beef, or simply as an appetizer served with herb sour cream or blue cheese dressing. Potatoes may be fanned in advanced and placed in cold water to prevent discoloring until ready to use. Dry potatoes well before baking.

Creamy Gorgonzola DressingHasselback Potatoes
  • 1 cup Mayonnaise
  • 1/2 cup Plain yogurt
  • 1/4 cup Buttermilk
  • 1 clove Garlic, crushed
  • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 tbsp White wine vinegar
  • 1/2 tsp Sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Freshly ground black pepper
  • Dash of hot pepper sauce, or to taste
  • 80 g Crumbled Gorgonzola
  • 6-8 Oval-shaped potatoes, medium sized
  • 4 tbsp Olive oil
  • 3 Garlic cloves
  • 4 Rosemary sprigs
  • Salt

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  1. In medium bowl, stir together all dressing ingredients except cheese. Gently fold in the crumbled Gorgonzola. Dressing may be made 2 days ahead. Cover and refrigerate.
  2. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Rinse and dry the potatoes. Grease a baking pan with a tablespoon of olive oil. Put each potato, in turn, in the bowl of a wooden spoon, and cut across at about 3mm intervals.
  3. Brush the rest of olive oil all over each potato, then arrange in the baking pan together with garlic cloves and rosemary sprigs. Sprinkle with salt. Bake the potatoes in the middle of the oven until tops are crispy and potatoes are cooked through, 45 minutes. Serve warm with creamy blue cheese cheese dressing.

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101 comments:

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 21/10/11 13:26

These are such pretty potatoes and I've never seen a dressing with them. What a lovely idea Angie. Gorgonzola is creamy goodness.
Sam

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Kristine Cummings 21/10/11 13:32

The presentation is beautiful and they look delicious,yum!

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Happy Cook / Finla 21/10/11 13:39

Wowo those potatoes lok so so good and I love that special dressing too.

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Joy 21/10/11 13:46

The potatoes look so cool.

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Rosemary 21/10/11 13:57

Has to be one of my favorite ways to have a potato, better than baked, better than mashed. (Although I'm quite fond of any ol' spud, as my scales will tell you when I overdo.) I'm always interested in the history of dishes, too. Did I mention I also love Gorgonzola? This is a keeper!

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TasteHongKong 21/10/11 14:18

The potato baked in this way is one of those I like; though I have yet to try your dressing, it sounds interestingly different.

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Melanie 21/10/11 14:39

What an interesting way of baking the potatoes! Great presentation!

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Faith 21/10/11 15:05

I've always wanted to make hasselback potatoes -- they look so elegant! Yours are lovely with the flavors you used here, Angie!

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Munatycooking 21/10/11 15:06

The photos are jaw dropping, I loved them all. The recipe is great too. Thanks for sharing :)

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Tina 21/10/11 15:14

Beautiful clicks and potato....

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Tina 21/10/11 15:17

The dressing is something I would make and keep around! It has such great flavor and would do wonderfully to zip up a variety of things. Great pairing with the potatoes. Well done.

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Alexis @ There She Goes 21/10/11 15:23

i am seeing these everywhere! i think i need to make some next week for dinner

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 21/10/11 15:28

I've always loved Hasselback potatoes. This version looks and sounds amazing!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Rebecca from Chow and Chatter 21/10/11 15:31

love these yep so pretty and gourmet looking

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 21/10/11 15:32

Angie, you made the simple hassleback potatoes so pretty and I like how you the dressing on it :)

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Nava.K 21/10/11 15:52

such awesome way of cutting the potatoes and lovely dressing, love it very much.

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Priscilla - She's Cookin' 21/10/11 15:59

Hasselback potatoes always make an elegant presentation. I could make one a meal - especially with gorgonzola dressing !

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 21/10/11 16:02

Two of my favorites - Hasselback Potatoes and Gorgonzola Cheese! What a delightful combination, Angie.

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Ah Tze 21/10/11 16:22

love the way you cut the potatoes and your presentation of the food is excellent!!

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Kumi 21/10/11 17:05

Angie, these are the prettiest baked potatoes ever! The golden color on them are so appetizing..

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Dajana 21/10/11 17:18

Delicious combination. I've made the potatoes in a similar way before, but never used a dressing like this, must be a wonderful together.

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kitchen flavours 21/10/11 17:58

This is the most prettiest potatoes I've seen! And looks really yummy! Beautiful presentation, Angie!

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Robyn 21/10/11 18:08

Ooh those look good! I've been seeing photos of these posted on Pinterest a lot recently.

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Mary 21/10/11 18:53

I love hasselback potatoes and your use of cheese takes them to yet another level. Very Nice! I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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geni 21/10/11 19:06

These are completely awesome and I have NEVER seen anything like it before which I love. I can't WAIT to serve this at a dinner party. They are so pretty and I can only imagine the nice crispness each slice gets.

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Sissi 21/10/11 19:34

This is the first time I see such an elegant way of presenting potatoes. The cuts create a very impressive effect.

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Asian-spice mix 21/10/11 20:45

I love the presentation on these potato,great recipe,taste delicious as it looks for sure !!
Ridwan

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girlichef 21/10/11 20:48

Okay, I've always loved Hasselbeck Potatoes, but with a creamy gorgonzola dressing...that's like heaven. I truly wish I had one in front of me right now; I can almost taste it!

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Eva@ kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 21/10/11 21:05

You had me at gorgonzola! I've done this type of potato before with lemon juice and garlic...the garlic and lemon bake into the potato slices. Such as festive side dish!

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Christine's Pantry 21/10/11 21:12

The presentation is beautiful and the potatoes look great.

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Lyndsey 21/10/11 21:16

We love hassleback potatoes at our house. I would love them with this gorgonzola dressing! I think my daughter will stick with her herbed sour cream.

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Miriam 21/10/11 21:46

Goodness! Those are some exotic looking potatoes :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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Cucina49 21/10/11 22:17

I love Hasselback potatoes, and the dressing really kicks it up a notch!

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Foodycat 21/10/11 22:54

This dressing sounds so perfect for the crispy potatoes!

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claudia @Whats Cookin 21/10/11 23:26

wow I would eat a ton of these love all the ingredients nice job!@

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S.V. 22/10/11 00:35

The pictures are amazing I could seriously eat one of those right now. I love potatoes and the gorgonzola dressing sounds yummy!

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Elisabeth 22/10/11 01:41

I've never had Gorgonzola dressing withe Hallesback potatoes. Your Gorgonzola dressing has to be the best I've ever seen, Angie!
The Hallelback potatoes turned out so perfect, and delish! Yumm!
Hugs,

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Rosita Vargas 22/10/11 01:47

Me encantan las papas con un buen dresing,lucen espectacular,abrazos grandes hugs,hugs.

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Ashley@Bakerbynature 22/10/11 04:38

Stunning, Angie! Oh, and I would like 3 right now; Hasselback potatoes are one of my favorite side dishes.

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ray 22/10/11 07:24

What a beautiful presentation of potato, Angie! Thank you for sharing it.

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tania@mykitchenstories 22/10/11 08:38

These potatoes look delicious, lots of my very favourite things, potao for one.... gorgonzola and rosemary.......lovely

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Jeannie 22/10/11 15:06

You cut the potatoes so well! Bet they taste delicious with the wonderful looking cheesy sauce!

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anne 22/10/11 15:13

Gorgeous presentation and I'm sure it taste yummy , too ;) I love the way you cut those potatoes !

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peachkins 22/10/11 16:13

I've been thinking of Hasselback potatoes myself! I am craving, Angie!

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Yukari - The Kitchen Fairy 22/10/11 16:19

Hi Angie! Your blog is fantastic! Love it!! This recipe is so yummy I'll try it for sure! Come visit me! :)

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lena 22/10/11 16:21

i love how they look, do we normally eat the potato skin in here as well? sounds like i'm a bit silly to ask this question..but this is all so attractive to me!

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Barbara 22/10/11 18:49

Had no idea these were called fan potatoes. Perfect name. I made them last Thanksgiving and will be posting the recipe in November. Mine were plain however. LOVE the idea of the gorgonzola dressing!

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Betty 23/10/11 01:28

These are such gorgeous potatoes, and the gorgonzola dressing sounds so so good! They'd be perfect with just about anything. :)

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Ann 23/10/11 06:17

Delicious! I LOVE hasselback potatoes and to serve them with gorgonzola....genius!

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Sharmilee! :) 23/10/11 10:59

Wow looks so nicely done...Lovely idea!!

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Beth 23/10/11 13:21

I've seen this recipe on quite a few blogs. Every time I see them, I want to try them even more!

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Von 23/10/11 13:58

Hasselback potatoes look so pretty :) Whoever first thought of cooking potatoes like this is a genius! It looks very tasty too :D

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Holly 23/10/11 15:58

Ive been wanting to make these for a long time! Youve just convinced me to do it as soon as possible! And as always, amazing photos!

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Devaki @ weavethousandflavors 23/10/11 16:19

Gorgeous to look at and grgeous to taste! Impeccable timing posting these before the holidays get here :) Thanks Angie!

Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Parsley Sage 23/10/11 18:36

Ohmigoodness. Those look incredible. I'm really digging the gorgonzola dressing. Sounds so good!

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Mother Rimmy 23/10/11 19:01

I've yet to make these, and I'm always impressed when I see them served. Being a big blue cheese fan, I know I'll love the dressing!

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Cherine 23/10/11 19:21

Those are the most beautiful hasselback potatoes I've ever seen... The gorgonzola dressing is wonderful.

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Kelly 23/10/11 23:55

Angie, these look so fantastic...perfect warming fall weather food.

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Lora 24/10/11 03:54

Jst gorgeous! The gorgonzola dressing really makes it special.

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pigpigscorner 24/10/11 04:44

So pretty! I like how you served it with the dressing!

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kankana 24/10/11 05:21

Such neatly you have cut those .. looks neat and perfect. Nothing better than potatoes in my world.

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grace 24/10/11 10:02

i've always been a fan of hasselback potatoes--they just look so tasty and fun! i like how you've mixed things up a little bit with a special sauce--nice work, angie!

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Peggy 24/10/11 12:51

I've always just eaten hasselback's plain, but this dressing sounds like the perfect pairing!

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Lizzy 24/10/11 13:25

Oh, my gosh...how marvelous!!! What a great idea to add a creamy dressing to one of my favorite potato recipe! Mmmmmmm.

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Kristen 24/10/11 16:59

What a nice presentation for a humble potato. Those sound amazing!!!

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Michael Toa 24/10/11 20:05

Fantastic! I also made these little beauties over the weekend. Minus the gorgonzola dressing. I am not too keen on blue cheeses, but I'd give it a go.

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The Slow Roasted Italian 24/10/11 20:43

These look amazing!!! I have seen them here and there but the creamy Gorgonzola dressing really drew me in! YUM!

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Rumana Rawat 24/10/11 21:27

Superb and very creative dish...

Regards
Rumana
http://rumanarawat.blogspot.com/

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Erica 24/10/11 22:03

The dressing sounds amazing!Beautiful side dish,Angie!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 24/10/11 22:24

Oh how I love hasselback potatoes...yours sound divine, Angie! I bet that gorgonzola dressing was amazing on top. Great photos, as always. :) xx

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Malli 24/10/11 23:40

Insanely tempting.......I've got to make this!!

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Zoe 25/10/11 00:29

Love the versatility of your Gorgonzola dressing. It sounds very delicious! With hasselback potatoes, this dish is simply divine!

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Juliana 25/10/11 01:41

Angie, I never made Hasselback potatoes...and sure that I'll try them out. Look beautiful and the dressing is sure a great complement to the potato dish.
Hope you have a great week aheas :-)

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Tanvi@Sinfully Spicy 25/10/11 02:17

You have cut the potatoes perfectly..beautiful dish with yum flavors!

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Reeni 25/10/11 03:07

These are just plain dreamy Angie! Love the dressing too - a nice touch!

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noobcook 25/10/11 05:07

the way they are cut do resemble an accordion, so beautiful and rustic looking :)

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Lilly 25/10/11 11:30

I love potatoes and they are almost to pretty to eat…almost… I think I can eat a whole batch of these.

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Joanne 25/10/11 13:56

Hasselback potatoes never fail to hypnotize me and that gorgonzola sauce is just adding to the beauty!

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Jenn 25/10/11 14:41

I love Hasselback potatoes.. it's only of my favorites! And the dressing... I could eat that with a spoon!!

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Vicki Bensinger 25/10/11 15:38

These sound delicious. We're having a dinner party in a few weeks and although I haven't decided on our menu yet, these might be on the list. YUMMY!

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Monet 25/10/11 16:10

These infamous potatoes look so very good. Thank you for sharing with me today. It is always a good day when I start with a visit to your blog. You know how to make me smile. Much love and many blessings from Austin.

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Sutapa 25/10/11 16:56

Excellent presentation and looks delicious....yum!

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 25/10/11 17:43

I adore potatoes and cheese of any kind... this looks fabulous!

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Claudia 25/10/11 18:57

I often do a baked potato with gorgonzola dressing. I am definitely trying your version - it has more nuance of taste than mine. And from the 1700's? I love the heritage of this!

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FOODESSA 25/10/11 19:27

I've made these several times and yet, have never gave them a gorgonzola spa treatment. Angie...love the ingredients in this splurge ;0)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

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nancy at good food matters 25/10/11 22:38

I love hasselback potatoes, but have never elevated them with a luscious gorgonzola dressing.

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Alison 27/10/11 16:25

These look amazingly delicious, simple to prepare, and elegant...win, win, win for me!

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Anonymous 27/10/11 20:08

Can you do this with Rutabagas?

Jim

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Angie's Recipes 27/10/11 20:55

@AnonymousYou meant Rutabagas radish? I am sure you can cut the root veggie into the same shape, but it wouldn't be the same.

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Bree 27/10/11 21:23

Yum! Those look amazing!

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Sahar Hawasli 28/10/11 09:34

Never seen such good looking potato dish.. Thank you so much for sharing, I am gonna make it today.

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Barbara Bakes 29/10/11 06:18

Such a pretty way to serve potatoes!

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StephenC 29/10/11 19:09

Love this style of potato. Made it once myself with plenty of garlic and butter. I'm adding you to the blogs I follow. Your site is great. If you care to, check me out at http://theobsessivechef.blogspot.com

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Cajunlicious 3/11/11 14:59

Angie these look so amazing and I LOVE the Gorgonzola!

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Gourmandelle 5/11/11 11:09

I love all your recipes and your photos are amazing also! I'm going to try this recipe today! Looks delicious and I'm a big potatoes fan :)

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Becky at VintageMixer 8/11/11 17:22

This is the most beautiful display of potatoes!! I'm adding them to my 'Seasonal Thanksgiving' board on pinterest! You can check out more seasonal recipes for Thanksgiving here: http://pinterest.com/VintageMixer/seasonal-thanksgiving/

Thanks for visiting my blog too!

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