Burlap sack of fingerling potatoes spilling onto the table

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Burlap sack of fingerling potatoes spilling onto the table

By Amy Grant Have you noticed that potatoes have moved beyond baked, split and buttered? For some time now, potatoes have taken on a kaleidoscope of colors, shapes and sizes. Many have them have always been around but just fell out of favor. Take fingerling potatoes, for instance. What are fingerling potatoes? What are fingerling potato uses? Read on to find out how to grow fingerling potatoes and other fingerling potato info. What are Fingerling Potatoes? Fingerlings, like most potatoes, originated in South America and were brought to Europe. European immigrants brought them to North America. They are heirloom potatoes with long, knobby finger-like shapes. Some say they look like adorable, chubby baby fingers, but some of them more resemble the gnarled fingers of a Disney witch. To each his/her own. Regardless of how you view them, the fact is that these spuds are delicious and are featured more often

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