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BANGKOK 21 May 2019 01:33
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Real Mashed Potato

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I can confirm unequivocally that Seven Seas Pub & Restaurant, south Warin Chamrap serves real mashed potato with their steaks chops and pies. Freshly made for each order. 

No; I’m not the owner!!! I just like it there. 

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34 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Are you aware how long time it takes to cook potatoes?

With a steam and microwave combo a couple of minutes. 

 

Or Super heated steam a couple of minutes. 

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You talked about only ONE potato.

 

Let us know when they have Mashed Potatoes

 

I have never had real water.......any idea who has real water?

 

or real rice?    anyone?   

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4 hours ago, marcusarelus said:

With a steam and microwave combo a couple of minutes. 

 

Or Super heated steam a couple of minutes. 

What's that?

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I would take it easy on the OP. It took me some time to realize that The Swan in Buriram serves actual mashed potatoes, while many restaurants do not in Buriram. Yes it does take time and is worth the wait in my opinion. Good for Dream Rider to post where he also has found such a menu item. 

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7 hours ago, Vacuum said:

What's that?

Most modern ovens.  I have one. Superheated steam is an extremely high-temperature vapor generated by heating the saturated steam obtained by boiling water.

 

 

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On 4/20/2019 at 9:09 AM, puukao said:

You talked about only ONE potato.

 

Let us know when they have Mashed Potatoes

 

I have never had real water.......any idea who has real water?

 

or real rice?    anyone?   

I presume the OP is a Brit, hence Mashed Potato. 

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1 hour ago, Patriot said:

I presume the OP is a Brit, hence Mashed Potato. 

I'm not a Brit, and I've always called them mashed potatoes. I have friends that I visit in the USA, and they call them mashed potatoes. What do you think non-Brits call them? Funny thing is that I thought Brits usually called them "mashed" and omitted the "potatoes" part.  

 

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36 minutes ago, Inn Between said:

I'm not a Brit, and I've always called them mashed potatoes. I have friends that I visit in the USA, and they call them mashed potatoes. What do you think non-Brits call them? Funny thing is that I thought Brits usually called them "mashed" and omitted the "potatoes" part.  

 

Brit here, pedantically, it would depend how many potatoes I used.

If I cut up and made mash with one big potato, that would be mashed potato.

If I only had small potatoes and used three for my mash, that would be mashed potatoes.

 

Although as a Brit, I would probably just call them 'mash'.

Bangers and mash

For mash get Smash 

etc.

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7 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Brit here, pedantically, it would depend how many potatoes I used.

If I cut up and made mash with one big potato, that would be mashed potato.

If I only had small potatoes and used three for my mash, that would be mashed potatoes.

 

Although as a Brit, I would probably just call them 'mash'.

Bangers and mash

For mash get Smash 

etc.

We use Spud. Baked spuds, mashed spuds, fried spuds

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39 minutes ago, Inn Between said:

I'm not a Brit, and I've always called them mashed potatoes. I have friends that I visit in the USA, and they call them mashed potatoes. What do you think non-Brits call them? Funny thing is that I thought Brits usually called them "mashed" and omitted the "potatoes" part.  

 

British term is Mashed Potato, US and Canadians it’s Mashed Potatoes (as a rule) A further British colloquialism is “mash”. 

Here endeth the lesson!!!!

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