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George Dawes 10:51 - Mar 25 with 630 viewsdickythorpe

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George Dawes on 11:08 - Mar 25 with 590 viewsWingstandwood

I love jacket in potato!

My way of doing things is after I've cooked em I prod potatoes with a folk multiple times so they are full of holes.

I then sprinkle salt on top and next add a spread-layer of margarine or butter and let it melt/sink into the holes. I then add a final covering of salt

You get a more appetising/flavoured end product that is not cardboard dry.
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George Dawes on 11:12 - Mar 25 with 581 viewsDarran

Fuçking idiot.

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George Dawes on 12:21 - Mar 25 with 514 viewsWarwickHunt

Almost as bad as Mal Pope.
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George Dawes on 12:26 - Mar 25 with 506 viewsDarran

George Dawes on 12:21 - Mar 25 by WarwickHunt

Almost as bad as Mal Pope.


It’s not Mal Pope? Fuçk I need glasses.

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George Dawes on 12:40 - Mar 25 with 482 viewsEbo

George Dawes on 11:08 - Mar 25 by Wingstandwood

I love jacket in potato!

My way of doing things is after I've cooked em I prod potatoes with a folk multiple times so they are full of holes.

I then sprinkle salt on top and next add a spread-layer of margarine or butter and let it melt/sink into the holes. I then add a final covering of salt

You get a more appetising/flavoured end product that is not cardboard dry.


Margerine?

This is even better. Get some parsnips, peel them, slice them lengthways then again.

In a roasting tin, cover the base with some olive oil. Place the parsnips in the tin, season with salt and pepper and fresh rosemary. Drizzle honey over the parsnips and put them into a hot oven. After about 15 mins take them out and give them a good shake and place them back into the oven for another 15. Cook to how you like them - caramelised or not.

You will thank me later for the taste and the smell.

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George Dawes on 14:22 - Mar 25 with 401 viewsWxmJax

Tesco finest white potatoes "Soraya" variety make a cracking jacket spud.

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