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I have a poll, but I'm not doing the convential poll as I'd like to hear your reasons why.......



Stove-Top Stuffing or Real Mashed Potatoes?


Me? I'm a Smashed Taters kinda guy..... I just like taters.
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Hash browns, chips/fries, potato cakes, whatever. As long as it has
potatos.
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Has to be real mash, made with Pontiac spuds, warm milk, well seasoned, sometimes a small lashing of Garlic (depending on meal!!) served with a gravy made from the juice of the roast

mmmm, i'm off to the kitchen

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stan wrote:Has to be real mash, made with Pontiac spuds, warm milk, well seasoned, sometimes a small lashing of Garlic (depending on meal!!) served with a gravy made from the juice of the roast

mmmm, i'm off to the kitchen

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remember i've moved to the Nth of Australia, now living in sunny Hervey Bay Queensland,

My wife and i are a great team, she makes a wicked roast, i do the rest of the plate!!

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remember i've moved to the Nth of Australia, now living in sunny Hervey Bay Queensland,
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Don't know really, so where along the way, I've lost my affinity for taters. Although, every now and then, I am able to eat a meal of mashed taters and real gravy which is arguably better than the bakers my wife seems to like, loaded with all the stuff of course. Myself, I guess me most favourite are princess potatoes or gaufrettes.
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School style mashed potatoes. Always great for making statues. :banana
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Post by Yoniboi »

I'm a fried guy... chips in the UK, french fries in the US. Not as skinny as the MaccyDees ones but not as fat as the English Fish and Chip shop ones either.

I do my own, deep fat frier filled with Virgen Extra Olive Oil, 180ºC, about 5 minutes.

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good old home made mash patatoes with gravy, i also like biskets and gravy mmmmmmm
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I'm with John on this one!
Tasty chips from the local Fish n chip shop with salt & vinegar for good measure. ;)
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