Obvious

To be a little more specific, it’s a Ranger Russet. Fluffy, good storability, susceptible to root-knot nematode.

7 Responses to “Obvious”

  1. marc in calgary™ Says:

    http://www.cipotato.org/

    You can like these people on Facebook if you decide to partake again and join society.
    I don’t know what all those numbers mean, they remind me of taxes, maybe I’ve just blocked it all out…

  2. dmorris Says:

    That was a very interesting link,marc. A paean to the noble spud, national staple food of….Ireland. Hm.

    But,I had no idea the spud was important to the Mayans. I swelter in ignorance.

    For penance,I shall now go guzzle a quart of Old Bushmills,which,though Irish in origin,is NOT made from spuds.

  3. marc in calgary™ Says:

    There’s some polish in my history don, they knew what to do when God gave them potatoes.
    http://therumhowlerblog.wordpress.com/vodka-reviews/luksusowa-vodka/

    You might be interested in what he has to say regarding his only Bushmill’s review, tasty indeed. I haven’t ventured beyond (up the scale?) from Bushmills Black Bush, which I like. I recall it being about $32. / 750 here… in a Co-op liquor store.

  4. Stevo Says:

    It’s a watermelon, you heretic.

  5. marc in calgary™ Says:

    http://21st-amendment.com/beer/hell-or-high-watermelon

  6. Buck Says:

    Marc: in re: the 21st. They have a search function on the site and I tried it, knowing full well what the outcome would be…

    No locations found within 100 miles of 88130.

    Yup. Still a beer desert. Not that I’d buy any watermelon beer, but some the other offerings looked interesting, like “Back in Black.” Yum. AC/DC beer!

  7. marc in calgary™ Says:

    Beer that screams right at you! YAH.

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