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1. If you are eating Bangers and Mash you are probably in which part of the world?
2. If you add mashed apples to your mashed potatoes, you are probably using which country's native recipe? Hint: Onions and bacon may accompany the dish, but it is by no means mandatory. Matter of fact, most traditionally it is served with "Blutwurst" a kind of blood sausage.
3. In one country a recipe for mashed potatoes called colcannon includes Kale. Which country is it?
4. If you add garlic, onions, chili, fennel, and salt to your waxy potatoes, you make a dish called "Lao Nai Yang Yu". Where is the origin of "Lao Nai Yang Yu"?
5. If you take two pounds of potatoes and cook, peel them and mash them then you should add one pound of butter. You are probably cooking in which country?
6. One can make a delicious side dish by frying mashed potatoes mixed with spices. First you create patties or fat sticks from the mash and then you fry them in peanut or canola oil or similar. Which area pioneered this idea, now copied in many different restaurants?
7. Champit Tatties include curly parsly, "skirlie" oats and crumbled bacon. Where would one expect to get the first Campit Tatties?
8. Potato pancakes can be made with a popular substitute for the potatoes. What is the substitute used to make mock mashed potatoes as advertised on the "Food Network"?
9. In the 16th century which country introduced the potato, eventually called Spuds in the British Empire, after the shovel name used to dig them?
10. Just to keep you awake, here's a non-food "mash" question. M*A*S*H is a television show depicted in which country?
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