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(2 customer reviews)
Main. Young tubers are tasty for creaming. Later, good for boiling, mashing, baking—smooth with shallow eyes. Stores well.
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- Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Reviewed By: Michelle (Peebles, OH)
I grew your kennebec potatoes for the first time last summer in hay. When I discovered the largest potatoe I had uncovered was half the size of our dinner plates I decided right then that these were the potatoes for us. they tased great and stored wonerfully.
- Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Best Mashed Potatoes Ever
Reviewed By: Vinnie (Morgantown, WV)
First time growing potatoes and grew about 200 lbs worth in a 40 foot row. We had potatoes that weighed 3 pounds each. Not the best for baking potatoes but are superior for mashing.
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