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Food: Preparation
Wall Masher   (+11)  [vote for, against]
A Major League kitchen aid

The device;

A large disc with a textured non-stick surface, mounted on a spare wall in or near the kitchen. The disc has a prominent raised rim except at one point (which is at the bottom of the disc when it is hung correctly) where there is something resembling a pouring lip.

The method;

Boil desired quantity of peeled potatoes in lightly salted water. Drain and allow to cool until safe to handle. Take spuds one at a time and drill out a small plug using an apple corer. Insert chunks of butter (preferably New Zealand but a lesser quality Northern Hemisphere type may be substituted) in the hole. Hurl / pitch / bowl the buttered spuds at the Wall Masher. Collect prepared dish from recepticle mounted below the unit. Wipe unit clean with tongue.
-- ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 09 2005

Yes. But I will use crème fraîche instead of butter.
-- calum, Aug 09 2005

I'm worried your method will result in more in-flight crème fraîche splatter [calum] - won't you have to plug the core after crème fraîche insertion?
-- coprocephalous, Aug 09 2005

silly boys
-- dentworth, Aug 09 2005

Mmmm - Vichyssois.
-- Shz, Aug 09 2005

//Mmmm - Vichyssois// For that, you'd have to take a leek.
-- coprocephalous, Aug 09 2005

The eyes have it.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Aug 09 2005

I figure the leek can go in a hole as well. I must have a leek. Soupe de pommes de terre est emmerdant.
-- Shz, Aug 09 2005

Brilliant. I like to carve a face into a pumpkin, then pick it up and grind it into the masher. Feel much better now.
-- moomintroll, Aug 09 2005

Combine the wall masher with a T-shirt gun, and you have dinner and a show.
-- anandwshere, Aug 25 2009

random, halfbakery