Message from Thomas in Nick Fuentes Server #self-improvement
drain the water in the sink
use a strainer,
then, put the potatoes back in the now empty boiling pot,
add a sufficient amount of butter
begin to mash lightly
then add a sufficient amount of milk.
Begin to mash them vigorously until either whipped or into a paste.
after you finish boiling the chunks I forgot to say you need to add salt and pepper.
I like to make my potatoes a little extra peppery, lol. Thats pretty much how I make mine too, but I use the hand mixer after mashing to get them a little fluffier
yeah that's how I do my mash mostly.. I've experimented with other spices also.. and duck fat instead of butter
also I like mashed potatoes with skins still in it
*Use bacon grease in your eggs*
I like mashed new potatoes.
Good shit if you know what you're doing.
I've also used like those fancy colored potatoes like the purple ones
or mixing half sweet potato with normal
or partial turnip.. or carrot
sweet potato is my fav
the purple and yellowish ones.
My favorite are yukon gold potatoes
You got russets
half sweet potato, half normal, with duck fat is to die for
Family got a bag of yukon gold recently
they were all blightly as hell, ruined my experience.
We usually use russets.
yeah I made a shephard pie with purple ones and my friend was freaked out I remember but it tasted amazing
Yukon gold potatoes make the best baked potatoes cause the skin is so tender
Its what I like, anyways, I'm not a fan of the tough skins
also if you ever bake a chicken put potatoes in the same dish you cook the chicken with
I'm gonna' get some shit for this, but I don't care for shepherd's pie.
Not a fan of shepard's pie either
I've never had shepherd's pie before
I love it, but it's best with lamb or veal not standard ground beef like a lot of people make it with
isn't the beef one called cottage pie? I dunno
well proper shephard is supposed to be lamb but there's a lot of varieties