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Favourite vegetable

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My favourite is the humble pea.

Combination of sweet and savoury, goes with just about anything. 

On its own with gravey is a real treat.

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3 minutes ago, Paul71 said:

Brussels

You could widen that to the whole of Belgium

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Must be the potato?

Has a vegetable ever been so versatile, chipped, roasted, mashed, sliced, jacket, boiled, baked?

Goes with everything, but like the village tart, you can never get enough.

Fancy places try to supplant it, by offering crisps made of turnip, Butternut Squash and Parsnip, but you and I both know that the humble tata knocks the competition into a cocked hat!

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9 minutes ago, reveldevil said:

Must be the potato?

Has a vegetable ever been so versatile, chipped, roasted, mashed, sliced, jacket, boiled, baked?

Goes with everything, but like the village tart, you can never get enough.

Fancy places try to supplant it, by offering crisps made of turnip, Butternut Squash and Parsnip, but you and I both know that the humble tata knocks the competition into a cocked hat!

Isn't the potato a false veg?

Parsnip for me, closely followed by turnip and carrot.

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36 minutes ago, dog said:

My favourite is the humble pea.

Combination of sweet and savoury, goes with just about anything. 

On its own with gravey is a real treat.

Peas are legumes. Not vegetables. :o

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1 minute ago, Bridgford Ram said:

Isn't the potato a false veg?

Parsnip for me, closely followed by turnip and carrot.

In what way is it a false veg?

I must have missed the potato animals roaming the plains!

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Mooli for me. Fry it, steam it, boil it, eat it raw. 

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