- From a blend of stoved ("stewed") + tatties ("potatoes"). (Wiktionary)
“Certainly Asda struggled to beat it yesterday when I went to explore the new supermarket in Leith with an express aim of picking up some Lamb Mince for some stovies.”
“So my veggie stovies in the pressure cooker is a process of frying the sausages and burgers then cutting into pieces, chopping potatoes into cubes and chopping some onion.”
“Earlier, they'd been serving soup and stovies, and the aroma lingered.”
“There were all the traditional favourites like black pudding with scrambled eggs, mutton stovies, and haggis.”
“But there were also vegetarian dishes, and new variations on old themes, like spiced chicken stovies — a mixture of potatoes, onions, and chicken pieces.”
“You will struggle to get a plate of mince and tatties, stovies or even the relatively healthy cock-a-leekie soup south of Hadrian's Wall.”
“* Healthy T: Fresh steamed mussels, venison burgers, trays of sushi, heaps of tasty stovies with helpings of veg in a small section of the site, which is set-up like a tribute to”
“The Scotsman Recipes: Roast beef stovies, Italian-style potato salad - 12 hrs ago”
“The whistleblower told how RBS's top chefs were sent on a 250-mile round trip from Edinburgh to Aberdeen simply to provide "stovies and pies" for executives after an international rugby match, while Goodwin's attitude towards his own travel plans is also seen in a fresh light.”
“We were brought up on a diet of Oor Wullie, The Broons and stovies.”
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All things potato. History, foodways and potato recipe names, cultivar or variety names, farming, production, diseases and pests, folklore.
Anything related to Scottish culture, cuisine, language, history and so on. Does not include Gaelic words unless acceptable (roughly speaking!) in a wider sense.
A medley of mixtures, mostly ones where the constituents are still distinct. I tagged kinds of stew.
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