Spuddy Buddy

ABBA Festival, Trundle 2017

The Spuddy queue at Trundle ABBA trendies at the van at Trundle Spuddy fans queue at Trundle Margot and Spuddy fans lining up for a spud

Blayney Show 2017

Spuddy Buddy trailer all set for the crowds at Blayney

Gunnedah Show 2017

Coffee, friends and a spud John Deere finery at Gunnedah Show Horses at Gunnedah Show Families, flies and spuds Clydesdales at Gunnedah Show Gunnedah Show vintage tractors

New Unox oven, March 2017

Unox oven potatoes Unox oven potatoes Shaun John Unox oven Spuddy Buddy work trailer unox oven

Nyngan Ag Expo 2017

Spuddy Buddy trailer and van at Nyngan John and Spuddy Buddy trailer Margot and John, Spuddy Buddy trailer Morning light at Nyngan Ag Expo

Oberon Show 2017

farmer and sheep awaiting sheepdogs Spuddy Buddy trailer awaiting crowds sheep, sheepdog napping, farmer Crowds arriving at Oberon Show, Spuddy Buddy and fire truck Caged farm dogs at Oberon Show Spuddy Buddy trailer ready to serve Margot and John smiling at Oberon Show Ute display at Oberon Show

Tullamore Irish Festival 2017

Irish entertainment at Tullamore Festival Tullamore Irish Festival retail therapy Spuddy Buddy trailer dinner time at Tullamore Food queue at Spuddy Buddy trailer at Tullamore SPuddy Buddy trailer at Tullamore

Wodonga Equestrian Centre 2017

John and Margot and a beer Spuddy Buddy advertising brekkies Spuddy Buddy trailer serving spuds Spuddy Buddy trailer and gazebo set up Unox oven in Spuddy Buddy trailer Spuddy Buddy trailer and gazebo

Dubbo NYE Fireworks Party 2016

Spuddy food trailer and customers Dubbo Fireworks NYE Party Dubbo Fireworks NYE party

Bowral Home & Garden Show 2016

Bowral Home & Garden Show patrons Bowral Home & Garden Show patrons The Spuddy Buddy trailer at Bowral 2016

Trundle Bush Tucker Day 2016

Spuddy Buddy trailer at a wet Trundle Flood waters at Trundle 2016 John & Margot await customers at Trundle The Spuddy Buddy crew, Margot & John Flaming wood piles at Trundle 2016 Trundle Bush Tucker Day bonfires Flooding at Trundle behind Spuddy Buddy trailer FLodding at Trundle behind the Spuddy Buddy trailer

Festival of Flavours 2016

The happy Spuddy crew, John & Margot Setting up the Spuddy Buddy trailer The Spuddy Buddy trailer, oven baked jacket potatoes Crowd going wild at Festival of Flavours

Riverina Field Days May 2016

Spuddy Buddy flag at Riverina Spuddy Buddy hot potatoes sign Margot and John in spud trailer Riverina Spuddy Buddy van and flag Riverina Riverina Field Days tables Evening in the Riverina

Gunnedah Show 2016

Triton potato oven trailer and advertising flag Spuddy Buddy advertising flag Triton potato oven trailer Spuddy Buddy staff and potato van Margot and John and potato van

Some happy customers

Some of the photos taken at the events we've attended; plenty of happy faces and full tummies here ...

customers in marquee Margot and John happy Spuddy customers

Spud trivia

"Tomatoes" or "tomatos"?
'Some say tomāto, some say tomăto, but when there is more than one, everyone has to add –es to make it plural'. According to the "E Learn English Language" website 'the English words tomato and potato are sometimes mistakenly made plural by simply adding an –s. But these two words, along with a few others, need –es in the plural. This is the complete list - echoes, embargoes, heroes, potatoes, tomatoes, torpedoes, vetoes'.

A history of spuds

According to Wikipedia potatoes have been cultivated for approximately 7000-10,000 years and derive from species in south-central Chile in South America. Indeed 99% of today's 4000 edible potato species can thank those first varieties for their existence. Europe didn't see spuds until the Spanish arrived with them in the late 1500's. It's safe to say that we've all experienced the spud in its many forms and Spuddy Buddy is no exception!