Each February, potato growers and industry leaders from across the country—men and women for whom I can vouch as being honest, brave and unselfish—descend on the nation’s capital for the National Potato Council-hosted D.C. Fly-In. The event, which has bee
The Ministry of Agriculture’s move to make potatoes an increasingly important staple in Chinese kitchens, including the propagation of recipes that rely on the humble tuber, at first glance might appear slightly odd and surprising.
A potato proven to be safe for diabetics will soon be on dinner plates in Idaho.
At the NPC's 2015 annual meeting, Dan Lake of Ronan, Mont., was elected to serve as NPC’s president for 2015 and to lead the council’s Executive Committee.
China’s gastronomic traditions may have been developed over the course of several millennia. But if central planners have their way, the country’s cuisine will soon be restyled with the help of the humble potato.
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