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TIP OF THE DAY: “Zig-Zag” Baked Potatoes

Do you like to get creative with food design? Bring fun to the dining table?

Next time you bake a potato, zig-zag the cut edges. We baked the potato, then sliced it across the top and used a kitchen scissors to create the zigzag effect.

There’s no wasted food: We added the cut-out portion, along with onions and bell pepper, to the following morning’s omelet.

Wild potatoes are indigenous to the Andes Mountains in Peru. They were first domesticated more than 6,000 years ago. Here’s the history of potatoes.

How many different types of potatoes have you tried? Check out our Potato Glossary.


Scallop your baked potato. Photo courtesy Architec.

Don’t like baked potatoes? Here are other potato recipes.


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