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Jewel Potatoes



Jewel Potatoes are oval with light-buff skin.

They were meant for processing into potato chips (aka crisps in the UK.)

Possibly extinct.

History Notes

Jewel Potatoes were developed from a cross between Sebago and Stately potatoes. Released 1969.

See also:

Chipping Potatoes

AC Glacier Chip Potatoes; Alta Russet Potatoes; Alturas Potatoes; Belchip Potatoes; Caruso Potatoes; Chipbelle Potatoes; Chipeta Potatoes; Chippewa Potatoes; Chipping Potatoes; Coastal Chip Potatoes; Crystal Potatoes; Dakchip Potatoes; Erntestolz Potatoes; Gemchip Potatoes; Goldrush Potatoes; Golf Potatoes; Ivory Crisp Potatoes; Jewel Potatoes; Lady Rosetta Potatoes; Liberator Potatoes; Monona Potatoes; Natalie Potatoes; Norchip Potatoes; Norking Russet Potatoes; Norwis Potatoes; Opal Potatoes; Oromonte Potatoes; Pennchip Potatoes; Ranger Amisk Potatoes; Ranger Russet Potatoes; Raritan Potatoes; Sassy Potatoes; Seminole Potatoes; Shepody Potatoes; Shurchip Potatoes; Sinora Potatoes; Sirius Potatoes; Somerset Potatoes; Suncrisp Potatoes; Targhee Potatoes; Tobique Potatoes; Umatilla Russet Potatoes; Verdi Potatoes; Wischip Potatoes; Yankee Chipper Potatoes; Zahov Potatoes

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Jewel Potatoes." CooksInfo.com. Published 19 April 2005; revised 10 August 2009. Web. Accessed 06/24/2016. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/jewel-potatoes>.

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