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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by cometazzi, Aug 17, 2020.
Boiled and plated. What do you think about that one?
Nice potato and plate... tho I'd prefer this variety -
Potato, liquid form:
Hasselhoff i mean Hasselbeck
Took over an hour to prepare but nice, op’s looks perfectly delicious too
Distilled is good.Bakers are okay too..
mashed potato, yeah...
potatoes need company....
That’s the sound that a Harley Davidson makes.......Potato potato potato potato potato potato!
I love potato vodka!
I’d have roasted it tossed with olive oil and rosemary and then crushed some sea salt on it.
Pure Irish porn...
I was thinking is it some kind of art or is he going to eat it ?
If you're unfamiliar with Slim Gaillard, get into his music because it is all good. He was a big promoter of just how much fun music is supposed to be. He's not as wacky as Spike Jones, but he does play around with compositions in a very entertaining way. Slim came from a mixed-race background and that upbringing is reflected in his music--especially with language and food items. He's the guy that started the nonsensical jazz-speak thing that became a sensation in the 30s and 40s; he even published a dictionary to help audiences understand what he was talking about. Here he is on the old Steve Allen show.
I always leave the skin on - they say that's where the vitamins are. Though I do like Trev's mashed potatoes- that's nice looking " Bangers and Mash" Trev. I taught my son, a chef, about that dish.
Please don’t tell me that is ketchup.. Should have been brown gravy with onions cooked in the pan with the sausage.
I generally do fry onions and make a gravy.... maybe I was too hungry and keen to eat that version in the pic... or it was summer and too hot to cook any longer..
tomato sauce is one of the major food groups downunder...
The Devo Potato Guitar
I have been craving red meat, potatoes and collard greens lately. I wonder if my months of bean ration were making me anemic. So Friday I did burgers on the George Foreman grill, and made a medley of collard greens, tomatoes, carrots, celery, onion. I was going to dice, spice and roast the potatoes like Guitarteach says, but I guess my Irish genetics got the best of me and I just boiled them in salted water.
And they were magnificent.
So were the vegetables. I couldn't stop drinking the juice from the pot, which I understand the folks down south call the 'pot likker'. Or maybe I'm the pot licker?