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Mash o' Nine Sorts

Vegetables
Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland

(or Mash of Nine Sorts)

Mashed mix of nine ingredients, typically boiled potato, carrot, turnip, parsnip, leek, peas, with salt, pepper and butter.


Mash-O-Nine-Sorts
Image: http://www.witchy-kitchen.com


Served at Halloween supper, the lady of the house hiding her wedding ring in it to be found by some lucky unmarried guest.

Of obscure origin, the antiquarian 'Collections historical & archaeological relating to Montgomeryshire' of 1871 suggests that it was known in Wales at the end of the 19th Century.

For other seasonal traditions, see: Halloween



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