We need to talk about the Potato


#22

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=almond%2Fahmond+commercial&view=detail&mid=4E8C89F89BE9C110C5584E8C89F89BE9C110C558&FORM=VIRE


#23

Is this thread serious?


#24

Too much time on your hands.


#25

Thyme and potatoes are ok. Similar to Rosemary potatoes.


#26

I refuse to eat anything that was grown under a light source that is not either the sun or oLEDs. :stuck_out_tongue:


#27

OLEDs work well, being organic and all. Is the sun considered organic?


#28

The sun is a nuclear powered incandescent lamp. The finest kind.


#29

I would agree. Some dislike nuclear power as a source.


#30

image


#31

image


#32

Exactly! And well, I suppose it would be… Hydrogen and helium are naturally occurring elements after all. So is UV radiation. :stuck_out_tongue:


#33

The sun is a mass of incandescent gas in a great big nuclear furnace.
What song is that from. I forgot.


#34

I laugh every time I read someone ate smashed potatoes on the food thread,my potatoes are fine just mashed…:grin:


#35

Yes, but smashed are much better than merely mashed, you know. :smiley_cat:


#37

I wish I could get that excited over a potato. Although I do really like the yellow ones.


#38

I like my potatoes twice baked. Prefer the red ones and the brown spuds when cooked just right. Just as long as they are not those limp french fried things.


#39

Well if you plant potatoes close to onions, the onions cause the potato’s eyes to water and this helps both plants.:grin:


#40


#41

When I was in Turkey they grew a very flavorful yellow potato. Very good fried with onions and mushrooms.


#42

Don’tcha just hate those soggy fries?:scream:


DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in these forums do not necessarily reflect those of Catholic Answers. For official apologetics resources please visit www.catholic.com.