She came to school toting “shame-based food” like borscht, hot potato salad, and cotletten-and-ketchup sandwiches.
The Englishman shakes your hand vigorously, drops it like a hot potato, and murmurs some stereotyped greeting to his boots.
So they dropped me like a hot potato; never pestered me again.
Large, crisp, hot potato chips make a pleasant change for dunking purposes.
She had expected to find a bowl of hot potato soup and a plate of sausage and garlic.
"Tom, if I had such a sister as you've got, I'd tie a hot potato in her mouth," he exclaimed.
Andy's wife was alive then, and she gave us a hot potato each and a pinch of salt.
Place the hot potato mixture in a pastry bag and press rosettes on a flat buttered tin pan three inches apart.
Pluxton Cuddle called for order, but even as he spoke a hot potato went sailing through the air and hit him in the shirt front.
She was a magnificent woman, Mr. Moody, and she dropped me like a hot potato.
Something embarrassing and troublesome; a tricky and sticky matter: Everyone can see how the boss looks when he handles a hot potato (1846+)