Happy Tater Day Idaho! The national day to celebrate potatoes takes place every year on March 31st and has been celebrated since 1843. Potatoes and Idaho go hand in hand. Check out stuff about potatoes you probably didn't know.
It is no secret that Idaho is known for growing potatoes. Lots and lots of potatoes. We own our starchy root vegetable proudly and even celebrate it. The amount of other daily used crops is astounding, and the dollar amount attached is even more astounding!
You can find trout dishes, hundreds of different potato options and huckleberries used in incredible ways. However, we have some Idaho classics and Idaho favorites that don't always use the three biggies listed above.
It's holiday season, I don't know about you, but my jeans are getting a bit snugger than I would like. Potatoes are not something I would look to for weight loss, but a new study shows it may be more helpful at dropping poundage and inches then you would think.