potatoes vs potatos

potatoes potatos

Definitions

  • 1) Plural form of potato.

Examples

  • 1) He taught me how to make sweet potato pie.
  • 2) Serve alone or with jacket potatoes cooked at the same time.
  • 3) Foreign aid is now a huge political hot potato.
  • 4) The potatoes are roasted in the finest goose fat.
  • 5) Serve with boiled new potatoes and maybe some peas to add to the chicken just before serving.
  • 6) Delicious served with baked sweet potatoes or brown rice and a nice chopped green salad.
  • 7) Cut the sweet potato into thick wedges and place them in a shallow roasting tray.
  • 8) I hope he wins the glitterball for all us couch potatoes cheering him on.
  • 9) Plant breeders are also helping by introducing disease resistance in crops like potatoes.
  • 10) We use a lot of sweet potatoes.
  • 11) We are settled in our couch potato ways.
  • 12) Eat jacket or boiled potatoes rather than fried or roast.
  • 13) Serve with small cubes of roast potatoes and a green salad.
  • 14) Sprinkle over parsley and serve with new potatoes.
  • 15) You could compare us with how potatoes grow underground.
  • 16) This can be a jacket potato with baked beans or tuna and sweetcorn.
  • 17) Why are my potato tubers covered in cracks?
  • 18) How deep are you planting your potatoes again?
  • 19) The instant snack was once the food of choice for students and couch potatoes.
  • 20) No one can make roast potatoes like my mum.
  • 21) Boil potatoes in their skin until tender.
  • 22) Serve with spring vegetables and roast potatoes.
  • 23) Serve with new potatoes tossed in butter.
  • 24) They got there in the end and now it grows a regular potato and a cherry tomato.
  • 25) Or lean roast beef with lots of veg and half a baked sweet potato.
  • 26) But conditions so far have been good for planting vegetables and potatoes.
  • 27) Sprinkle over the sweet potato hoummos and drizzle with the extra tahini.
  • 28) Lunch is couscous or jacket potato.
  • 29) WHAT is making round holes in my potato tubers?
  • 30) The Rev. James M'Hall, of Hollymount, Mayo, mentions the startling fact, that a poor man in his neighbourhood having opened a pit, where he had stored six barrels of potatoes, of sixty-four stone each, _found he had not one stone of sound potatoes_!
  • 31) At LAfreestore, a one-day shopping event planned for Nov. 13, everything from sweaters to sacks of potatoes is free -- but if you're taking, you're ...
  • 32) Another endearing thing about potatoes is their utter humility.
  • 33) Last year he had four thousand acres in potatoes, a thousand in asparagus, five hundred in celery and five hundred in beans.
  • 34) At LAfreestore, a one-day shopping event planned for Nov. 13, everything from sweaters to sacks of potatoes is free -- but if you're taking, you're also encouraged to give a little something back.
  • 35) If I buy a sackful of potatoes from a farmer, that may well incentivize him to plant some more, especially if I've made a standing offer to pay him for a new sack (like the copyright law does).
  • 36) At LAfreestore, a one-day shopping event planned for Nov. 13, everything from sweaters to sacks of potatoes is free -- but if you re taking, you re ...
  • 37) I love food like this ... actually anything that's served over a pile of potatoes is perfect for me.
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