Ravenous Part Deux, the cheap likes thread


#9712

FAO Irish amateur chefs and gourmands like @glasagusban and @Horsebox. What do you call this potato dish? It’s new potoates just freshly dug from the soil, boiled and then strained and mashed with scallions, milk and butter that have been cooked a bit


#9713

Mash with a bit of scallion.


#9714

Champ (in an ashtray)


#9715

Colcannon?


#9716

It’s pure champ


#9717

champ for slow learners


#9718

Peasant food, mate.


#9719

And?


#9720

No, colcannon has cabbage or kale.


#9721

I think my old folks used to call it pound when I was growing up. Never heard it anywhere else …


#9722

Pandy, no?


#9723

poundies


#9724

Pound it was called as far as I remember. Mashed potatoes, butter, scallions, milk salt and pepper.


#9725

You lads saying pandys, poundies, pound or whatever,what’s that about


#9726

champ


#9727

What is the other stuff on the plate?


#9728

1970s ashtray


#9729

chicken breast in a creamy winey tarragon sauce, and a completely fucked up crab cake.


#9730

you hardly expect me to bring out the good china for this place?


#9731

Fair point. You could rattle spuds around in a galvanised tin bucket round here. The savages could tell you all about them just by the rattle. Peasants