stovies

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stovies

(ˈstovɪz; ˈstəʊ-)
pl n
(Cookery) Scot potatoes stewed with onions
[from stove1]
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As part of the current campaign in the Examiner, we are showcasing some of the top healthy recipes around - and today's is a tasty vegetarian stovie.
A Stovie Supper at 7.30pm on Friday at Cornhill Village Hall.
The second year hospitality and catering student at Henley College - where the Evening Telegraph's own Jamie Williams trained - dazzled judges with a mouth-watering duo of smoked and fresh salmon with stovie (potatoes and onions) and garlic and ginger mash.
So I popped round tae see my mate Mick The Pill and we spent a productive evening wi' a pile of my auld phones, a blow torch and his mither's stovies pan.
Customers were also treated to stovies, tea, coffee and sweets.
During the interval stovies were served with a raffle of kindly donated prizes from various residents and businesses."
While many a"great chieftain o'the puddin'race"was being piped in to function halls throughout the world, the local punters were tucking into stovies.
With singing hairdressers transforming revellers into rhinestone cowgirls, a bucking bronco and a pot of stovies on the go, the Tannahill Threads Festival got off to a rowdy start.
Early VQuick adapters have shown their passion for the platform, posting and sharing their edited stovies (story movies), and demonstrating how intuitive the app is.
Stovies on a cold winter's night will warm you up from the inside out.