IPC LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE
Hungry for more information on how to perfect your potato dishes? Consider your cravings satisfied with the Idaho Potato Commission's (IPC) new website Potato 101, an all-you-can-eat buffet of knowledge on America's Favorite Vegetable.
Contents include a brief history of the famous Idaho potato, FAQs, nutritional benefits and an in-depth guide to storing, handling and preparing spuds.
"With Potato 101, we wanted to create an all-inclusive space where anyone, from a culinary student or an accomplished chef, to someone making their first baked potato, could find answers to their questions," said Don Odiorne, Vice President, Foodservice, IPC. "The website showcases a variety of techniques for cooking potatoes that are suitable for a range of skill sets and presented in an engaging and easy-to-follow format."
One of the most user-friendly aspects of the website is the selection of 23 short videos which serve as how-to guides for every aspect of potato preparation. The series includes basic concepts such as storing and cleaning potatoes, as well as more advanced techniques, like creating potato ribbons and curls.