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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Yet more roast potatoes




















The boys made roast potatoes for dinner last night. The theme was (clue: stars and stripes in roasting tin) largely American, in honour of their cousins ... a Golden Gate bridge, a Grand Canyon, a few Bart Simpsons, a Micky Mouse, a fabulous hamburger. Alfred tried to make a tractor with moving parts, but it wouldn't reassemble after the potatoes were cooked. They did, however, manage a working chest of drawers. My father was given an Eiffel Tower - much better than the one Horatio made a couple of years ago, this one was edible all the way through (the dogs wouldn't eat the earlier effort).

Once again, I got a flower with a hole in it, and we all know that roast potatoes with holes in taste sweeter .... if you don't believe me, I urge you to conduct your own tasting





































































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A couple of summers ago, the boys were adamant that my "girlie" roast potatoes didn't quite cut the mustard, and so we ate them three nights in a row, while everyone put their oar in ...

The roast potato taste test

That's enough roast potatoes


and then, a little later, disaster struck the water supply, and I was reduced to buying Frozen roast potatoes

This week's girlie potatoes that started them off last night ...

4 comments:

Labelga said...

I like the airplane! Lovely tomatoes, what a feast, also for us, for the recipes (tartufo!).

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Airplane and Eiffel Tower, those are grand.
I know I would love a few nights of these roast potatoes.

Joanna said...

The plane was accompanied by a cruise ship ... but the Eiffel Tower was the star of the show!

Labelga - that tartufo is really worth trying ..

Next time you're in Europe, Tanna, make some time for roasties here, and I'll get the carvers to work

xJoanna

aforkfulofspaghetti said...

full marks for creativity!