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Windows 7: All Purpose Potatoes?

31 Mar 2017   #21

Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate Edition SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
My favorite potato accessory is this

Seven Forums - for all the best potato chat
That's a nice potato accessory, I should get my self one.
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04 Apr 2017   #22

Win 7 Home Prem x64 SP1

Some restaurants use that french fry maker tool. Unfortunately too few. Most just buy frozen pre-cut potatoes. FYI: a french fry is culinarily known as a baton or batonette. Also, when making true f. fries always use a mealy potato and not a waxy potato. Mealy are best for fying, waxy are best for boiling.
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04 Apr 2017   #23

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Ouch you being in Texas you should know nothing "french" is used
Only potato wedges down south or if you must they are "American fries"
Baked Potato Wedges Recipe | Taste of Home
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04 Apr 2017   #24

Win 7 Home Prem x64 SP1

Home Fries: big potato wedges!! But I am a classically trained Chef, even my last name is French!! Oui oui!! Or here in Texas "Wee Wee Bubba!"
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05 Apr 2017   #25

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by debodun View Post
False advertising if you ask me. I tried to pound a nail in a board with an "all-purpose" potato and it failed miserably.All Purpose Potatoes?-tater.png
Being that I am of Lithuanian and Polish heritage I have spent many years studying such matters and the problem is obvious; debodum, you were using the wrong end of the nail.

Case study:
Two Poles are building a house. One of them is putting on the siding. He picks up a nail, hammers it in. Picks up another nail, throws it away. Picks up a nail, hammers it in. Picks up another, throws it away. This goes on for a while, and finally his friend comes over and asks him why he is throwing half of the nails away. He replies, "Those ones were pointed on the wrong end." His Polish friend gets exasperated and says "You idiot, those are for the other side of the house!"

Years ago my Aunt Helen ran a tavern in Shamokin PA that had an upstairs kitchen,
she had one of those french fry cutters mounted on a wall, I would visit with my parents and ask if I could have some fries, and she said not until you cut me some, those were the days...:). She used a dumbwaiter to send the food down.
All Purpose Potatoes?-tater1.pngSource: http://Industrial French Fry Cutter |

I use the docking method to do my taters in the microwave, good stuff! Thanks debodum! Your thread brought back many happy memories.

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05 Apr 2017   #26
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

I only have American fries.
I use a no moving parts tool. Knife
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