Monday, February 11, 2013

The charm of a good potato

I'm still working on that chili I made a couple of weeks ago. I talk about chili a lot, but I don't think I give enough credit to really good potatoes (and, honestly, it doesn't take a lot to achieve "good potato" status. Is it recognizably a potato? You're all set! Good potato!).

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="509" caption="This is a bad potato. Actually, this is David Foster Potato, my desk friend potato from 2011."][/caption]

There is a certain, boring thrill I get when the microwave (I'm lazy) beeps and the floury smell of potato wafts out. Then, I cover it in chili, pickled jalapenos and hot sauce. It gets a little less thrilling after the second week, but on a cold night, even leftover leftover leftovers have their charm.


1 comment:

  1. When I first saw this in my reader I was like: Oh god, tell me she's not claiming that thing featured in the picture is a "good potato."