George Crum Domenick Valora
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HEY have you ever ate the fresh bag of potatoes chips? Well if you have then thank you . You have ate my product that I have made.
I finally caught this mouse
These chips are so good!
George Crum was the inventor of the snack that we always eat, the potatoes chips. He was born on July 15, 1824 in New York and died on July 22, 1914.
As a youth, he worked as a wild animal trapper as well as a guide working at the Adirondack Mountains. Crum discovered his passion and talent for cooking and soon began working as a chef at the Moon’s Lake House restaurant.
He cut the potatoes into slices as thin as possible and then deep fried them to a crisp, added salt and had them served to the customer. He expected the man to be annoyed but instead was surprised when he seemed to find it delicious, and finished the whole plate.
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