Friday, April 16, 2010

Winnemucca Potato

On the suggestion of my friend Kat, who is from Winnemucca, I added "eat a Winnemucca potato" to my list of Nevada things to do this year. After confirmation that that simply meant to eat a potato grown in Winnemucca (and not that this was some sort of specific dish that the lovely folks of Humboldt County made with their homegrown potatoes) I realized that I already had eaten a Winnemucca potato, because that is what they serve on campus at Spudistro. But, seeing as how I was hungry, and that I wanted to get a picture for the blog, and because they are delicious, I had another this week. I ordered The Sagebrush, topped with broccoli, black olives, sautéed mushrooms and cheddar cheese. It tasted fresh and yummy and was more than enough for lunch (although I ate the whole thing anyway). It's nice to find places to eat that use locally-grown ingredients!

Three down, seven to go!


Nanette said...

I love me a good potato...but I'm from Idaho so I guess that goes without saying.

volksbloggin said...

I'm considering going to grad school in Reno now just for Spudistro ... why have not blogged about this delicious option before, Tammy?