Saturday, April 7, 2012



dear mr. potato, no matter if you are boiled or mashed, grilled or chopped, cold or warm, crisped or baked, small or big: i still love you.


Gracia said...

Spuds! I'm a fan of the spud in all forms too.

Jael said...

Nya potatis! Gott!
Och en stor kram!

nathalie et cetera said...

i love them too!

Unknown said...

I love potatoes too in each way.
glad påsk och kram!

Anne said...

yes, hier nog een blije aardappeleter :)

Lilli said...

Me too, mr. Potato is a friend I wouldn't want to live without.

And - I have to let you know that I shared your view on the brushing of teeth and the use of underwear with the little one. She took it very serious and promptly removed her panties :)
Alt godt!

et lille oejeblik - a little moment said...

me too. and that goes for the previous post too :)

no, i don't know anyone reading in swedish. wonder if there's a group of swedes-in-israel on facebook or something. there's a huge community of danes here with meet-ups once in a while, and books are often changing hands as well as magazines and DVDs - for adult sand children a like.

sarapirat said...

gracia, that is a new word for me! adding to the list... :)

yaelian, mmmm, men så annorlunda jämfört med färskpotatis i norden.

nathalie, ♥

ilse, tack detsamma!

anne, stampot! vind je dat lekker?

lilli, hihihi! for real?! so sweet... and i guess we wouldn't have been here unless our ancestors would have liked potatoes. kram!

trinsch, i will check that out. are you part of the danish club? how was your holidays? xxx.

Sally Tharpe Rowles said...

Oh I love potatoes too!!