Life's Better Ideas

Occasional links to, and comments on, ideas that I think will make this a better world, and remarks about things that need fixing, too.

Location: Denver, Colorado, United States

Saturday, March 25, 2006

American Fried Potatoes

I made American Fried Potatoes tonight (along with a T-Bone steak) with Lucinda's Golden-Butter Potatoes and they were delicious. Lucinda's products come from Colorado's San Luis Valley and are distributed by Coosemans, a worldwide specialty produce distributor. I bought mine from King Soopers, one of several major chains here in Colorado. If your store does not carry Lucinda's products, go to Cooseman's web site and ask them get the ball rolling. Here's a picture and Lucinda's product list (pdf).

American Fried Potatoes: Thin slice potatoes and dice about 3 slices of onion per person. Put a large skillet on the stove, medium heat. Add some Crisco. Dump potatoes and onions in for about 20 minutes, turning occasionally. It takes about 3 of these smaller potatoes to equal one standard size Russet potato, so you can fine tune the serving size by adding or subtracting one delicious spud!


Blogger goyishekop said...

Well, heck. When it said "Here's a picture" I was hoping for a picture of David and the American Fried Potatoes.

Maybe next culinary delight we'll see pictures.

This should, however, be a Carnival of the Recipes submission.

9:28 PM  

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