Q. Years ago I remember a kitchen poster where I worked that had some key steps in frying up Idaho potatoes. Do you have an electronic version that I can print or share with my co-workers? I am at a non-commercial, sometimes called on-site, location. It was part of a monthly themed promotion on fries including serving a French Fry Bar with different toppings.
Q. How long will it take a potato to turn green when exposed to light?
Q. I have forgotten which episode and cannot find it on his website but Dr. Oz said not to eat leftover baked potatoes and gave the reason(s). Do you have any idea what he was talking about? I usually eat one-half of a baked potato one night and the other half the next night.
Q. I took the potatoes out to cool last evening and left water in pot overnight, graniteware. When pouring water out this morning it was a vivid green color!? Typically of course I drain the water and cool in pan so I’m clueless if time overnight “greened” the water or exactly what happened? Please help!
Q. Do very many Idaho Potato Growers grow organic potatoes?
Q. Do you have any ideas on something different I could try when pairing meatloaf with mashed potatoes?
Q. If I purchased a 50 lb box of potatoes how long would they stay good if stored in proper conditions?
Q. Can homemade mashed potatoes be frozen?
Q. What is the best way to store Idaho® potatoes? Should I wash my potatoes before storing?
Q. Can I bake 20 Idaho potatoes in my convection oven at the same time? How long, and what temperature?
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