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Funko
28-09-2009, 15:30:24
:drekkus:

mr_B
28-09-2009, 15:31:36
the one you ate in Rotterdam o/c

Funko
28-09-2009, 15:32:34
Made mash with baked potatoes the other day, like chefs often seem to recommend on the tv. It was really good, tasted more potatoey, but it does require more liquid butter/milk or whatever when you are mashing them up.

MOBIUS
28-09-2009, 15:39:06
BOOBS!

Funko
28-09-2009, 15:39:24
Boobtatoes?

Tizzy
28-09-2009, 15:40:31
Do you still have to add milk when mashing boobtatoes?

MOBIUS
28-09-2009, 15:40:40
The milk is the secret ingredient.

mr_B
28-09-2009, 15:41:19
sour?

MOBIUS
28-09-2009, 15:42:01
No no, very fresh!

Funko
28-09-2009, 15:42:06
You add breast milk.

Can you make butter or cheese out of breast milk?

mr_B
28-09-2009, 15:42:44
o/c

look at the eldery

MOBIUS
28-09-2009, 15:43:54
ewww!

Or should that be ewe?

protein
28-09-2009, 15:47:54
smoked mackerel dauphinoise.

not sure i spelled any of that right.

MOBIUS
28-09-2009, 15:48:38
Mmmm, sounds mighty tasty!

Scabrous Birdseed
28-09-2009, 16:32:14
I'm a potato purist myself. Just raw-fried (not sure what the official term for that is in english, potatoes fried without being boiled first) or baked will do nicely for me, thanks. Cold baked potatoes are heaven.

Japher
28-09-2009, 16:50:38
Twice fried potatoe

Funko
29-09-2009, 08:18:33
I'm a potato purist myself. Just raw-fried (not sure what the official term for that is in english, potatoes fried without being boiled first) or baked will do nicely for me, thanks. Cold baked potatoes are heaven.

We don't have a special word for that. You have to specify if you are going to do anything else like par boil them first.