Premier Orange County Chefs Are Setting Trends in 2014


Orange County’s top chefs are going the extra mile to make customers happy, and they have one popular ingredient to thank: Dutch Yellow Potatoes. This round, small potato compliments a variety of meals, and top chefs throughout Orange County are making them even more appealing.

Commonly used for roasting, grilling, and mashing, Dutch yellow potatoes have a subtle, sweet, buttery taste that can also be added to salads. It has been noted, that roasted potatoes are among the most frequently ordered dish in many restaurants. Top chefs really appreciate the creamy texture and fast preparation of these amazing potatoes. As featured by the National Restaurant Association’s 2014, “What’s Hot,” reviews of annual trends, Dutch Yellow Potatoes are listed in the Top 10 produce trends for the Culinary Professional.

Orange County’s top chefs are not backing away from declaring Dutch yellow potatoes a “must have” dish and a culinary favorite. If customers want to experience a top notch delight, these creamy textured potatoes are sure to amaze. As Chef Amar (Broadway by Amar) says, “[This is] the best tasting potato I’ve ever had.” That statement is backed up by yet another cooking master, Chef Kim (Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdales), who says,” I can prepare this potato with any dish on my menu.”

For anyone looking to enjoy the various delicacies made off of the Dutch yellow potatoes, participating chefs (and by extension restaurants) include Amar Santana (Broadway by Amar), Debra Sims (Maro Wood Grill), Daniel Godinez (Anepalcos Café), Jason Quinn (The Playground), Eric Samaniego (Little Sparrow), Yvon Goetz (The Winery), and Seakyeong Kim (Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdales).

The baby potatoes (in reference to their small sizes compared to other potato varieties) have stretched the imagination of the aforementioned chefs, and make really amazing dishes. To find out more about Dutch yellow potatoes, view this page.

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Comment by Lauren on January 31, 2014 at 4:09am

Thanks for posting Melissa's! We've shared on Food Enthusiast too: http://foodenthusiastmag.com/big-trends-for-a-small-potato/ :)

Comment by Melissa's Produce on February 3, 2014 at 8:51am

Thanks Lauren!  Anything you could do to spread the word would be awesome!  =)

Comment by Melissa's Produce on February 3, 2014 at 8:55am

Oh...not sure what the video is above the post, but it is not working... FYI.  Thanks

Comment by Lauren on February 3, 2014 at 11:38am

Thanks! http://foodenthusiastmag.com/big-trends-for-a-small-potato/ It should be all great now! Keep the fabulous tips coming :)

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