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AUSTRIAN CRESCENT

The Austrian Crescent potato has yellowish-tan smooth skin and light yellow flesh. Aside from excellent salad qualities, they are delicious simply boiled or steamed.

Austrian Crescent(Photo by Chef James,
organic potatoes courtesy of
Purcell Mountain Farms)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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