It’s true, Joanna is basically always thinking about potatoes, penises, and wine. It’s why we’re friends.
well, that’s a rock solid trinity of friendship, right there! AND you guys know your soul poses.
I’m not much for wine but butt, let’s talk about about potatoes and penises? I’ll bring bloody marys and/or beer.
also, I have to fix my Potatoes, Princess, Pattlestar Palactica tag because tumblr won’t take pasted commas anymore. ugh. my life is so hard.
Potato, penis, princess, Pattlestar Palactica
It depends on who you’re playing with. I’d be like, “Damn! How’d you guess it on the first question?!?!”
this is the game we are always playing, I realize that now.
last week, when I was sorting through some old projects I found a little felt piece that I had set up to embroider - Potatoes, Princess, Pattlestar Palactica
I don’t know when I’m going to get to that.
what sort of date are you?
carbing up before a ~fun date~ is important.
“At a souvenir shop on Canal Street last week, the actor Adam Scott was eying a hot pink, Disney-princess-imprinted messenger bag, deciding whether or not to buy it. “My daughter would go crazy for it, I just don’t know if I could deal with having this thing my house,” he said. “I don’t think I ever want to see it again.” His daughter, 3-year old Frankie, loves Tinker Bell, one of the many Disney characters on the bag. “This is corporate porn,” Mr. Scott continued. “Do they have to get all of them on here? Pick one princess.” Mr. Scott was on an outing to buy his kids gifts from New York, a week after the fourth season of “Parks & Recreation,” his NBC comedy, premiered. “I’m undoubtedly spoiling them,” he said, deciding against the Disney bag. “But when I’m out of town for chunks of time, I feel terrible about it.’ After a trip to the ATM and two more gift shops— where Mr. Scott bought his daughter two $7 cases of New York-themed pencils and his son a $26 statue of the skyline—Mr. Scott was feeling his age.” (x)
SERIOUSLY, just pick one princess, Disney.
Salt potatoes are a regional dish of Syracuse, New York, typically served in the summer when the young potatoes are first harvested. They are a staple food at fairs and barbecues. In the Central New York region where they are the most popular, potatoes specifically intended for salt potatoes can be purchased by the bag along with packages of salt.
As the potatoes cook, the salty water forms a crust on the skin and seals the potatoes so they never taste water-logged like ordinary boiled potatoes often do. The potatoes have a unique texture closer to fluffy baked potatoes, only creamier. The standard recipe calls for one pound of salt for every four pounds of potatoes.
Had some homemade salt potatoes while in South Jersey this past weekend. Delicious!
~What’s taters, Precious? What’s taters?~
I love you potato
hahaha, when you guys were all reblogging this, I just wanted to say,
"I SEE IT! I SEE IT!
It’s almost time
It’s almost time
and Treva’s was already in my queue otherwise, I don’t know how I would have decided which one to reblog.