Potato Stain Glass.

Potato Stain Glass. In the comments, the chef clarifies that the vegetable slicer is a Japanese vegetable sheeter called: Chiba Peel S Turning Slicer.


Learn to make a potato rose.

Then learn how to make a potato chip rose bouquet.


  1. rq says

    Ah, the potato: the most humble of vegetables, such a diversity of applications!
    I don’t, however, particularly recommend eating potatoes almost exclusively for any length of time exceeding six months. Even that was too much.

  2. says

    I went for about 7 months on a diet basically consisting of potatoes, oranges, and the occasional packet of ramen. Sometimes I’d go crazy and splurge on a packet of three generic oreo cookies. I still love potatoes. Love them! :D

  3. rq says

    I still love them, too, but not too many days in a row. I’m especially fond of baby potatoes, the ones that you get in late May / early June or so, and they’re tiny and you jsut roast them up on a pan with garlic and butter and dill, and mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!

  4. Ice Swimmer says

    Yes, potatoes can be used for so many things from garnish to bread (flatbread with barley or wheat or loaf with rye). When I was a kid, most meals at school or home contained potatoes in one form or the other, porridge, most chicken dishes, risotto, pea soup, cabbage soup or casserole, meat-and-maccaroni casserole and spaghetti bolognese being the most notable exceptions. Potato cubes or slices in soups and casseroles, boiled potatoes or mashed potatoes with meat or fish and sauce.

    If I make boiled potatoes and sauce (outside of summer and new potatoes, I boil them with the skin on and peel berore eating), I tend to eat way too much. The same goes for mashed potatoes.

    rq @ 3

    I think I’ll have to try those. While new potatoes are good boiled, with some dill and butter, that sounds delicious.

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