She also recommends the banana split shake: strawberry, chocolate, and a mashed banana.
Order the skipperlabskovs ad libitum, which is beef stew and mashed potatoes.
mashed Potatoes Aligote by Jean-Georges Vongerichten This is a very sophisticated version of cheese-laced mashed potatoes.
mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic by Anna Thomas Roasted garlic adds a beautiful sweetness and depth to simple mashed potatoes.
Lobster mashed Potatoes by Sheila Lukins These are mashed potatoes at their richest.
It looks as if some witchcraft had mashed up the leaves and then splashed the mess all over the place.
If ever I get a fever, keep me going on beefsteak and mashed potatoes.
If you get mashed up now in a serious way it may prevent your playing later.
Serve with a border of boiled rice, or mashed potatoes round it.
Serve them on stewed red cabbage, or mashed potatoes put in a form, and browned with a salamander.
"soft mixture," late Old English *masc (in masc-wyrt "mash-wort, infused malt"), from Proto-Germanic *maisk- (cf. Swedish mäsk "grains for pigs," German Maisch "crushed grapes, infused malt," Old English meox "dung, filth"), from PIE *meik- "to mix" (see mix (v.)). Originally a word in brewing; general sense of "anything reduced to a soft pulpy consistency" is recorded from 1590s, as is the figurative sense "confused mixture, muddle." Short for mashed potatoes it is attested from 1904.
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(= Meshech 1 Chr. 1:17), one of the four sons of Aram, and the name of a tribe descended from him (Gen. 10:23) inhabiting some part probably of Mesopotamia. Some have supposed that they were the inhabitants of Mount Masius, the present Karja Baghlar, which forms part of the chain of Taurus.