Words and Phrases
champ

“champ”

Meaning:

mashed boiled potatoes mixed with milk, butter, onions, parsley etc

In Literature:

Excerpt from Nancy M'Keen's Cookery Lecture by Bab M'Keen

Champ’s no bad. Peel yer pretas afore ye boil them. Whun boiled, pound weel.
Throw in a sup milk, warm, an’ twa or three chives in it. Gie it anither rummel.
Dish on plates an’ in the middle o’ ivery mountain hide a guid junt o’ butther.
Tak’ a spoon an’ my word ye hae a toothsome male - champ’s fillin

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