Someone Made a Party Potato Skin Measuring 2 Feet Long, Because This is America
Every one loves a good potato skin. You know, those delicious appetizers that feature a normal-sized potato with some of the meat scooped out, traditionally filled to the brim with cheese, bacon, cheddar, and a layer of sour cream.
A creative and bearded chef out of Boston recently decided that traditional potato skins were too standard for his tastes.
Instead, he opted to somehow create a mutant potato skin — a frankenstein iteration of a skin that measures 2 feet long. The secret ingredient holding together the jerry-rigged potatoes was a lather of potato starch and water, which resulted in an efficient glue that held through the baking process.
The next level? How about getting all your favorite cuts of steak and sandwiching them together with two of these Party Skins as the bread? Hey…we can dream can’t we?
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