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    He posted a photo of Parmentier potatoes, saute pots are cut into cylinder shapes.

    Hacher is to chop finely.

    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    No, we don't. You posted a picture of pommes lyonnaise.

    A Hash, as it relates to food, is a course mixture. Comes from the French hacher, which means "to chop". Brown means it has been browned. The processed shit I posted are riced and chopped potato (no doubt plus a load of other shit merkin companies like to add) mixed together and browned. So although they are shit hash browns, hash browns they are.

    I would much prefer to eat the pommes lyonnaise you suggest, but that would need to be a in a thread not about Hash Browns perhaps? Seeing as they are not Hash Browns?

    Savvy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    America is a Continent, not a country I guess.
    No I meant my wife and I were from same county...not country. See edit in post #23. So grew up not many miles apart.



    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Still, we now know it's your parents fault. Were they French?
    Dad is of 100% Swiss background. Mom is a mix...always told Scot/Irish. Not sure though. Maternal grandmother's maiden name was Burden, which sounds English to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    cylinder shapes
    Stay out of the kitchen sunshine.

    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Dad is of 100% Swiss background.
    Well that explains it then - mind you, their rosti is what AO calls Hash Browns. Perhaps the problem is that in that fine lovely country of people called the US of A, they tend to forget that most things they think are American are derived from European foods with a slightly different name? But who are we to argue about it. It's all good fun and games and all friends together, eh?

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    Are you related to the girl in the other thread who had 6000 THB stolen from her in a taxi?
    "It's a small place so don't tell porkies"

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    Pseudo whats the best floury pot to use then.?

    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    only about 15 times and still not get the hint.


    Anyway, the only dilemna with these real AO hash browns is if they are cooked using waxy potatoes, rather than floury ones. They have the propensity to turn into a slippy chewy cow pat.


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    Think you need to get the fuck out the kitchen, and get back to the cow shed.

    Are you on something.


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    Stay out of the kitchen sunshine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Pseudo whats the best floury pot to use then.?
    Maris piper or King Edward obviously. Why do you ask?

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    I'm just an interested outsider that knows nothing about food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    is what AO calls Hash Browns.
    Rumour has it she also calls spaghetti... wait for it... 'noodles'.


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    Pseudo,

    Another possible way to make hash browns so I've been told is to cook them in there skins as a jacket, and just before they go soft is to blast chill them and skin them and grate its supposed too make the potato drier.

    what you reckon pseudo bullshit or not

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    don't know - go and try it and make a thread about it Googleboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Are you related to the girl in the other thread who had 6000 THB stolen from her in a taxi?
    Who's to say...I hope not.



    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    It's all good fun and games and all friends together, eh?
    That's right.




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    Well that explains it then - mind you, their rosti is what AO calls Hash Browns.
    But my family were serving me "hash browns" in the style that you say is the Frenchy thing...and my wife served me the "rosti" style. Her background is German/Italian. Something's fucked up.
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    I'm surprised you don't know you know everything else.



    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    don't know - go and try it and make a thread about it Googleboy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pattaya Plies View Post

    Those look like what I do with leftover mashed potatoes. Didn't know they were called "boxty".

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    Did he say hash browns are French I always thought they came from USA, and the US got the idea from the Swiss that use raw pots for rosti, then again I'm not really a history bot on food.


    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    Who's to say...I hope not.





    That's right.






    But my family were serving me "hash browns" in the style that you say is the Frenchy thing...and my wife served me the "rosti" style. Her background is German/Italian. Something's fucked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Did he say hash browns are French
    He said what I knew as hash browns as a kid(see pic in OP) were:

    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    They are saute potatoes Lyonnaise .

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    Your pick is browned hash browns origin New york 1890

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    Yaso - what are you banging on about now? I said the name came from a FRENCH word, which it does.

    Quote Originally Posted by SKkin View Post
    ut my family was serving me "hash browns" in the style that you say is the Frenchy thing...and my wife served me the "rosti" style. Her background is German/Italian. Something's fucked up.
    Maybe as a Europhile kid going to school you were teased telling all your friends that for supper the night before you have filet mignon with pommes lyonnaise. So the next time, they said "It's corned beef and hash potaiders" which made you Monsieur Populaire in school the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Think I'll be cooking up a batch of corn beef hash tomorrow.
    So corned beef thrown into saute potatoes Lyonnaise...



    just kidding...

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    I'll let you believe in your fantasy world.

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    No Pseudo will tell you that's the correct way, though it has to be fray bentos.
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    So corned beef thrown into saute potatoes Lyonnaise...



    just kidding...

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    I'm gonna red you all the way to Arkansas

    Anyway, no, the potato has not been fried with onions. At least you get that this is largely tongue in cheek unlike some other posters like YASO, AO, KITT... oh dear


    .... hash brown shower?

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    Pseudo Did you work with Jamie Oliver?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    which made you Monsieur Populaire in school the next day.
    Hah! No...Now know why I was always the "loner."

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    STRONG MAN:
    Mashed potatoes cannot hurt you , darling
    Mashed potatoes mean no harm
    I have brought you mashed potatoes
    From my mashed potato farm

    LADY:
    Take away your mashed potatoes
    Leave them in the desert to dry
    Take away your mashed potatoes –
    You look like shepherd’s pie

    BRASH MAN:
    A packet of chips, a packet of chips,
    Wrapped in the Daily Mail
    Golden juicy and fried for a week
    In the blubber of the Great White Whale

    LADY:
    Take away your fried potatoes
    Use them to clean your ears
    You can eat your fried potatoes
    With birds-eye frozen tears

    OLD MAN:
    I have borne this baked potato
    O’er the Generation Gap
    Pray accept this baked potato
    Let me lay it in your heated lap.

    LADY:
    Take away your baked potato
    In your frusty musty van
    Take away your baked potato
    You potato-skinned old man

    FRENCHMAN:
    She rejected all potaoes
    For a thousand nights and days
    Till a Frenchman wooed and won her
    With pommes de terre Lyonnaise.

    LADY:
    Oh my corrugated lover
    So creamy and so brown
    Let us fly across to Lyons
    And lay our tubers down.


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    Right when your wrong its tongue in cheek have you been taking lessons from Thais.

    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    I'm gonna red you all the way to Arkansas

    Anyway, no, the potato has not been fried with onions. At least you get that this is largely tongue in cheek unlike some other posters like YASO, AO, KITT... oh dear


    .... hash brown shower?

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