Speciality

A local speciality – eating “Patat” in Rotterdam’s Markthal, January 2020


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Thanks to everyone who brought us some knot last week. Special thanks go to Cee for some classic knots; Sandy for a peaceful not; Sylvia for an amusing not and knot; and David for a stunningly beautiful red knot.

If you didn’t have chance to check them out, the links are below.

     

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 15 March 2020

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

53 thoughts on “Speciality

  1. Ah, you had the all time favorite snack of the Dutch, patat frites – am smiling and my mouth is watering:) Also, one of the last times I was visiting your blog, I saw Zadkine’s statue of “the city without a heart.” Always loved that expressive one.
    Last time we were there, we were looking for the statue, and couldn’t find it!
    Here’s my specialty https://wp.me/s9EWyp-market

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    1. No, veggie oil only. Less temptation for you!
      Glad you like the composition – I wanted to show the size of the market hall, and the handy provision of cone holders so you can relax over your chips

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      1. I actually prefer grated old cheddar cheese and a thick mushroom gravy rather than the traditional Quebec version. But I’m a Brit who doesn’t like vinegar and who was having mayonnaise on his chips before it was a “thing”

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        1. I was the same regarding gravy on chips but the cheese makes it different from regular chips so the gravy seems fine in those circumstances. I don’t like ketchup on chips which is the popular sauce around here. I think that may be why I like mayonnaise.

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