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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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Allan Haining,79, of Louden Street, Coltness, would have made more of an effort for his at-home Burns' supper - but a new kitchen makeover meant his cooking facilities limited him to a microwave meal of haggis, neeps and tatties, washed down with a wee malt whisky.
Cat said: "We're all familiar with the'Address to the Haggis'and I would love to think that people all over Scotland will take a moment to address their tattie waste at the same time, thinking twice about throwing away such a staple Scottish food.
This meant unpacking mountains of bevvy, catering equipment, tatties and suitcases into a ditch in the sleet to put on a space saver tyre which can only do 50mph.
WHAT: Choose from dishes like haggis, neeps and tatties in a rich whisky sauce, a Loch Fyne salmon fillet served with sauteed potatoes, and traditional desserts including clootie dumpling and a Scottish cranachan.
uk BULLS HEAD IN EARLSWOOD Whisky, neeps and tatties will be on the menu at the Bulls Head on Sunday.
The neeps are buttery mashed swede, and tatties creamy mashed potatoes.
Traditional suppers feature haggis, neeps and tatties and plenty of whisky and music.
On the menu will be traditional cock-a-leekie soup, haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan, plus a dram at each course.
Haggis, neeps and tatties Ingredients 1 x 400g haggis Breadcrumbs 4 eggs, flour Method Remove the haggis from the lining and mould into 80g balls.
The Scot-themed week, beginning on January 19, will celebrate the life and poetry of Scottish poet Robert Burns by serving haggis, neeps and tatties.
Traditional Burns fare - haggis, neeps and tatties - will be served in hospitality areas.
The prize included 220 [pounds sterling] of Tesco Vouchers, two cinema tickets for Vue Cinemas and a hamper full of Strathmore Food's McIntosh products, a range of tasty ready made chilled meals including traditional favourites Mince & Tatties, Haggis, Neeps & Tatties, Scottish Stovies, Steak Pie & Tatties, Macaroni and Macaroni Cheese Pot, which can be enjoyed by all the family.