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potato

solanumtuberosum.

potato bush
solanumesuriale.
potato dermatitis
scabby dermatitis on the lower limbs in cattle on a diet heavily supplemented with potatoes over a period of some weeks.
potato poisoning
potato weed
heliotropumeuropaeum.
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John William Carleton: |Bonfire raiding and roasting tatties for a couple of days afterwards as the bonfire was kept alight.
It's a sauce traditionally served with haggis, neeps and tatties but which works amazingly with today's dish.
Serve with mashed neeps (turnip) and tatties (potatoes).
SNP leader Alex Salmond added: "They can take our lives but they will never take our freedom to make mince and tatties.
TARTAN UP Neeps and Tatties with Caroline Murray of the Dogs Trust.
THE Head Of Steam pubs in Newcastle will be offering piping hot Scottish dishes of haggis, neeps and tatties this Sunday - Rabbie Burns Day.
It's easy to miss and parking isn't easy so I was hoping to find an overlooked treasure trove of tasty tatties.
Passengers were served the traditional delicacy along with neeps `n' tatties.
He speaks with a Scottish accent so I suppose it's only right that he likes mince and tatties.
It is traditionally served with a glass of malt whisky, tatties, which are potatoes, and neeps, the nickname for turnips (turneeps).
For this episode centres round a big misunderstanding, a classical violinist, scenes of shame, uncontrollable laughter and, at the centre of all the action, securing the lead role - a plate of mince and tatties.