Who invented the potato masher?

Answer Although invented in the 1800s, the potato masher was improved and patented again in 1990. According to United States Patent Number 5014921, Robert B. Skerker, from Buffalo, New York and William Pr... Read More »

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What is a potato masher?

A potato masher is a kitchen utensil used to make mashed potatoes by hand. Metal wires or a sheet of pierced stainless steel mashes boiled potatoes as the cook presses down on them. The basic desi... Read More »

How do i mash potatoes without a potato masher?

Potato RicerSelect the size of die that you want to use to rice the potatoes. Spoon cut, cooked potatoes in a potato ricer and press down on the handle to shred the potatoes into tiny pieces throug... Read More »

Who invented potato skins?

T.G.I. Friday's invented potato skins in 1974. Their recipe called for medium russet potatoes, sour cream, chives, melted butter, cheddar cheese and crispy bacon. Their recipe for potato skins can ... Read More »

Who invented sweet potato pie?

Sweet potatoes became a popular vegetable in Europe in the 16th century, especially with royalty. As new foods cropped up in other countries, sweet potatoes found there way to Western Africa. Soon ... Read More »