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Lemony new potatoes

Gently wash (attempting to keep on as much of the skin as possible) enough new potatoes for your family.  Then wash 50% more as having leftovers is a wonderful thing.

Cut potatoes so they are all the same size.  Place in a pot and cover the potatoes with an inch of water.  Add a little salt and boil until they are soft.  Test with a fork.  Depending on the size of your potatoes this will take anywhere from 20-35 minutes.

Meanwhile in a coffee cup mix up the juice of 2 lemons, the chopped up contents of one package of dill, and 2 tbsp of butter or olive oil

OR the juice of 2 lemons, the chopped up contents of one pack of dill, 2 cloves of minced garlic and 2 tbsp of butter or olive oil

OR the juice of 2 lemons, one chopped up bunch of cilantro, one chopped up green onion, a minced clove of garlic, and 2 tbsp of butter or olive oil.

Drain your potatoes.

Chuck in the contents of your cup.  Put the lid back on the pot and shake it around holdling the lid secure until the potatoes are coated.  Enjoy!