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RowG57: Didn't accept potato varieties :-( (10 months, 1 week ago)

NL YCN N CT: Thanks Sheep... if only my boss thought the same! (10 months, 1 week ago)

Sheep: You write well for having a few beers NL YCN N CT!
I like this grid. (10 months, 1 week ago)

NL YCN N CT: Apologies one and all, contrary to Blues it seems I could really benefit from a few less beers before posting - didn't intend to cause offence but upon rereading my drunken ramblings sound like an arse! Just wanted to bring to attention a more general issue of "mixed" groups - another "rant" recently highlighted a mixture of car manufacturers and car models... I should have kept quiet, as salad wasn't an impediment to me correctly ascertaining the connection... Keep up the sterling work everyone, and I'll try to play nicely in future... (10 months, 1 week ago)

Midnight: Nice to see four disparate groups! Knocked it off in 38 seconds flat... (10 months, 1 week ago)

Blues: I grow millions of spuds (it's nearly chitting time...) King Eddies, MP's, Charlottes (for Christmas) and Salads all taste good after I dig them up and eat them. Therefore I guess they must be linked in some way or another.
Not only was it a fine row it was straighter than the ones I dig.
(Incidentally was it just coincidence to include the Irish and potato in the same grid?) Nice one. (10 months, 1 week ago)

E.L.Wisty: I agree with SpaggBol, how can it be wrong to include salad? Yes, a little thought is needed, but that's the joy of the game . "Hot", "Chipped" or "Mashed" would also be valid. (10 months, 1 week ago)

SpaggBol: Nice Grid despite not accepting the singular form. I don't accept that 'salad' makes it innacurate. If you have an iota of common sense it still works! (10 months, 1 week ago)

NL YCN N CT: "Salad" is a generic term for a group of potatoes sharing characteristics, akin to "fluffy" or "smooth". Charlotte would be an example of a variety of a "salad" potato... The other three answers were specific varieties in their own right therefore this is an inaccurate connection for a group (10 months, 1 week ago)

Ennjay: The group with "King Edward" didn't accept the singular form of the correct answer! (10 months, 1 week ago)

E.L.Wisty: Fine gridding! (10 months, 1 week ago)