Subject: Red Gold potatoes
From: tblackmer[at]nwu.edu (t r i l l i u m)
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 16:44:58 GMT
Alan asked for the variety name of a gold fleshed, red skinned potato I
mentioned in a post about a summer dinner. I was able to ask the farmer who
grows it on Saturday. She told me the name was Red Gold. I went to a few of
my favorite seed sites and couldn't find any listings for Red Gold. Perhaps
this post will catch the eye of someone who knows more about this variety. I
really like them, they have the texture somewhere in between a red skinned
boiling potato and a yellow fleshes one and do well baked or boiled.
trillium (baby white potatoes, yellow wax beans, and corn salad for lunch)
From: Alan Boles <agboles[at]hotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jul 1999 14:09:42 -0500
You could try http://www.peipotato.org/ContactUs.htm
Prince edward Island is the potato capital of Canada and grows/sells
many varities of poatoes and there seeds....