Even More Hot Potato Lovin' If you love fries even more, then skip to this Stainless Steel French fry potato cutter. Even faster than the speed of light, you can go through a bag of potatoes and even better, your kids can help. The rubber suction pads will grip like glue to your work surfaces. It comes with a 36 hole blade and 64 hole blade. Remember the dips – and here is an amazing recipe.
Hot Potato Lovin' Once you put the first one in your mouth, you cannot stop. Hot. Fresh. Homemade. French. Fries. You will always have perfect french fries in the matter of seconds with this ‘one step’, non-mechanical French Fry Potato Cutter. Dishwasher safe, this is one of the best gadgets you will ever get your hands on. Remember to bake and not fry for fewer calories!
potato stamp Spread the luck o' the Irish this St. Patrick's Day with a homemade shamrock stamp. Use it to decorate paper place mats, coasters, tablecloths, or anything else your little leprechauns wish to dress in green. Materials Heart-shaped cookie cutter (2 1/2 inches wide and long) Potato, cut in half Paring knife Green acrylic paint Paintbrush X Instructions 1. Press a heart-shaped cookie cutter (ours was 2 1/2 inches wide and long) into the cut face of a potato…
Using a mandoline to cut the potatoes into ultra-thin shapes (or "shoestrings") is quick and easy. You can do so up to four hours ahead; to prevent discoloration, place cut potatoes in a bowl of cold water in the refrigerator until ready to use, then gently pat dry with paper towels. Pair with Hanger Steak for a complete meal. This recipe was also featured in "Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home."