tattie


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tattie

(ˈtætɪ) or

tatty

n, pl -ties
(Plants) a Scot or dialect word for potato
Translations

tattie

, tatty
n (Scot inf) → Kartoffel f
References in classic literature ?
He described the balls at Government House, and the manner in which they kept themselves cool in the hot weather, with punkahs, tatties, and other contrivances; and he was very witty regarding the number of Scotchmen whom Lord Minto, the Governor-General, patronised; and then he described a tiger-hunt; and the manner in which the mahout of his elephant had been pulled off his seat by one of the infuriated animals.
Cat said: "We're all familiar with the'Address to the Haggis'and I would love to think that people all over Scotland will take a moment to address their tattie waste at the same time, thinking twice about throwing away such a staple Scottish food.
He barred Tattie from attending Cabinet meetings and apparently, a campaign of vilification was launched against her.
Financial success for Tattie may have amounted to jack since his controversial celebration over England on route to another Commonwealth gold medal but he wouldn't change a thing.
There was also tattie scratting, which I only tried once.
UK pie and pastry manufacturers Strathmore Foods celebrated Burns Day (Thursday 25 January) with the launch of Haggis, Neaps and Tattie Pots, a new frozen ready-made meal.
I have my doubts that this will be the last we will see of Tattie.
Tattie celebrated the 'two' that snatched a last-gasp victory against the Auld Enemy by making an infamous 'get it up ye' gesture that could have been lifted straight from the Still Game script itself.
The Holmfirth racer is pictured at his fund-raising event held at his father Mark's restaurant, The Toad and Tattie at Victoria, with his new KTM Moto3 bike and his sponsors for the campaign (from left) Mark Jones, Simon Howarth, Lyndon Tyas and Simon Harrison.
During the four-day reunion, starting on August 29, Brigid, now a grandmother, will remember the good times the annual tattie hoker migration.
The most typically Scottish one is Haggis Neeps & Tattie which is likely to appeal to those who like traditional Scottish fare (as well as those looking for a Burns Night type of authenticity).
His winning entry, the Cumberland Tattie Pot, is a tasty mix of locally sourced lamb, black pudding, carrots and potatoes.