From Dave Smith
If you’ve ever dug up some organic potatoes you’d planted a few weeks before, cleaned them in the kitchen, fried or mashed them, and eaten them on the spot, you know how superior they are in flavor compared to store-bought. Like everything else prepared right out of the garden, or picked right off the tree, there is a special just-harvested flavor that is not going to be there a few minutes later.
Here’s where to buy organic seed potatoes: Wood Prairie Farm…→
…and here’s how to plant them: Organic Gardening Magazine Video.→
If you really want to be cutting edge, you can grow potatoes from their “true seed.“→
Have at ’em!
“#3. Homemade potato chips, preferably made with thin slices of freshly dug, organic red potatoes (scrubbed, not peeled), fried in homemade lard in a well-seasoned cast iron skillet, and prepared by someone you adore who is willing to stand over a splattering pan of hot oil for an hour or two while you both devour batch after batch of warm, salted chips as soon as they are cool enough to touch. Serve with lots of laughs and plenty of iced tea or cold beer.”
Keep reading Five Things To Eat Before You Die over at FarmGirl Fare→
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