Some articles on potatoes:

Creamer Potato
... Creamer potatoes are varieties of potatoes harvested before they mature to keep them small and tender ... They are generally either Yukon Gold potatoes or Red potatoes, called gold creamers or red creamers respectively, and measure approximately one inch in diameter ... The skin of creamer potatoes is waxy and high in moisture content, and the flesh contains a lower level of starch than other potatoes, which makes it suitable for boiling ...
List Of Food Origins - America
... Potatoes and manioc were domesticated in South America ... beans, and peanuts Fiber Cotton, yucca, and agave Roots and Tubers Jicama, manioc (cassava), potatoes, sweet potatoes, sunchokes, oca, mashua, ulloco, arrowroot, yacon, leren, and groundnuts Fruits ...
Spud Gun (toy) - Early History
... Harder, drier potatoes are preferable sources of ammunition red potatoes, or refrigerated potatoes serve well ...
List Of Spanish Dishes - Dishes - Starters
... Name Image Region Type Description Canarian wrinkly potatoes Papas arrugadas Canary Islands a representative Canarian dish of boiled and salted small potatoes usually served with a pepper ... and drizzled with olive oil.It is served along with boiled potatoes and bread ... a wide variety of appetizers Tortilla de patatas Spanish omelette egg omelette with fried potatoes ...
Chicago Farmers' Markets - What’s Available?
... Nectarines - Okra - Onions - Peaches - Pears - Peas - Plums - Potatoes - Radishes - Rhubarb - Squash - Tomatoes - Turnips August September October Apples ...

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    Gregory Corso (b. 1930)

    Who lives longer: the man who takes heroin for two years and dies, or the man who lives on roast beef, water and potatoes till ninety-five? One passes his twenty-four months in eternity. All the years of the beef-eater are lived only in time.
    Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

    It would be as wise to set up an accomplished lawyer to saw wood as a business as to condemn an educated and sensible woman to spend all her time boiling potatoes and patching old garments. Yet this is the lot of many a one who incessantly stitches and boils and bakes, compelled to thrust back out of sight the aspirations which fill her soul.
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)