Do you like taters in a big way? So do I, and of course the most enjoyable way of eating taters is if they’re french-fried. Potatoes are actually very nutritious, but when you fry the living daylights out of them they lose all their super powers. Do you cut fries out of the diet altogether? Hogwash! Instead, make them yourself starting with the Weston Restaurant Quality French Fry Cutter.
To wean oneself off fatty, salty restaurant fries, it requires scheming up a placebo effect. That means making fries that look and taste as good as ones you get from the drive thru window. First, the fries need to look relatively symmetrical and skinny (like the McDonald’s kind). Second, the prep work must not take a long time or else one will lose interest and patience quicker than you can say “supersize me.” This non-nonsense french fry slicer will address the appearance dilemma. Simply stick in a washed potato and send it through the guillotine with its skin on. (for vitamins and electrolytes!) I bet you could do five potatoes in under a minute.
Weston Restaurant Quality French Fry Cutter
- Easily cuts potatoes up to 6 inch long into 3/8 inch french fries
- Can be mounted to any flat surface
- Heavy-duty cast-iron body with stainless steel components
- Disassembles for quick & easy clean-up
- Stainless Steel blades
- 9.6 x 20.6 x 9.4 inches ; 11.8 pounds
Combine this with the Low-Fat Deep Fryer for healthy snacks. All this fryer requires is one tablespoon of oil, and out comes golden, crispy and much healthier fries in about 20-40 minutes. What stops me from frying my own fries at home is because oil is so darn messy. This nifty machine takes oil spills and havoc out of the equation.
Order the Weston Restaurant Quality French Fry Cutter for $63.79 plus free shipping at Amazon.com. This is a savings of 36% off the regular price of $99.99, and a good value considering this should last forever, and the cheap plastic french fry slicers will likely break quickly. Also consider the Instant French Fry Slicer from Hammacher Schlemmer.
This takes me back to my first restaurant job almost 20 years ago. You can blow through a box of potatoes in no time at all with a little practice. Just don’t mount it too high on the wall, or you’ll have poor leverage.
what’s price of this french fry cutter..
about $65…the link is at the end of the post