Who invented the potato chip?

Answer In 1853, George Crum, who was of African and Native American descent, invented the potato chip. Mr. Crum, who worked as a chef in Saratoga, New York, created the potato chip, called Saratoga chips ... Read More »

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Which African-American invented the potato chip?

George Crum, an African American/Native American chef at a restaurant near Saratoga Springs, New York, invented potato chips in 1853. Crum was displeased when a customer sent back his plate of frie... Read More »

Can I use stale potato chips to make potato chip cookies?

The bag of stale potato chips that nobody is munching on anymore can most certainly be used to bake up a batch of potato chip cookies. The best part of using the bottom of an old bag is that the ch... Read More »

What is a potato chip plant?

A potato chip plant is a factory where potato chips are created. They begin as plain white potatoes, which are sent to manufacturing plants in bulk. Machines process the potatoes into chips by slic... Read More »

Whats your fav. potato chip?

Lays makes the best potato chips and McDonald's makes the best fries! both good!