My first batch of slider buns is dwindling to just a few now. Today I stuffed a couple with roast pork and served them with a small dipping bowl of that sweet habanero sauce. One of the local stores had ten pound sacks of potatoes on sale, I bought a bag and ran them through my french* fry cutter. This time I culled the pieces with a lot of skin and those are the ones shown here. They taste good despite the occasional sliver that’s overcooked – and they don’t look that bad!
* On a whim today, I asked Google if the french in french fries needed a capital and found some controversy, because grammar. I did run across this:
Is the French in French fries capitalized? — Most proper nouns or adjectives are capitalized when they occur in a food name: Boston brown bread, Russian dressing, Swiss cheese, Waldorf salad. Lowercase is used, however, when the food does not depend on the proper noun or adjective for its meaning: french fries, graham crackers, manhattan cocktail.