Cathooker2 has made an interesting video about making pine rosin sweet taters the traditional way they used to be made for oyster roasts and other gatherings in South Carolina.
As it says in this informative article about the historic culinary practice, the result is a tender, creamy potato infused with a hint of pine flavor. They take about 30 minutes to cook.
You can see the video below (or here). Enjoy!
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