I remember how last year we were having continual ideas about conducting a societal grilling competition. We were eight families; all living in neighboring flats and all with a particular affinity towards grilled food. With some insight, we cut it down snacks belaying grilled potatoes.
Kevin, a restaurant manager and one of our group members; said he would arrange for all the barbeque accessories including the bamboo food skewers but the families would have to manage the barbeque grill themselves.
We rented a lawn and spared each family enough space to throw the gauntlet. The theme was simple and exact; tornado potato skewers. There were intrinsic flavors, culled out of the companies’ servings.
We chose the cheddar cheese variety while Kevin went with Mexican. One family went with common grilling while the other tried out the salt and vinegar recipe. We all came up with different garnishing; parsleys, mushrooms; onions and beets were the common call while one family was flagrant in using sausages as a variant. We unanimously disqualified them.
Since I am a genuine connoisseur of grilled food; I was adjudged an impartial tester. In the end, I got the serving from the seven families and went through the motions. What stumped me was the eternal quality of the spuds provided by Tornado. It had a magic of its own and didn’t actually require the assistance of grilling. Just saying!
The long bamboo Potato skewers made a delightful impression on me and I could fathom the important of accessories in each and every dimension; even potato spuds. The bamboo was of special variety and the creation was ecstatic and graded. They were environmental and so we felt we were contributing to energy consciousness in a sense.
Kevin’s Mexican fare made the best impression on me; and the fact that my family had made a rather frivolous attempt at grilling; (rather half-baked) made me clear in my vision. However, when I tasted salt and vinegar spuds impartially, I felt it had the best torque. In the end, I called them joint winners; perhaps influenced by the fact that it was Kevin who had managed the disposable bamboo skewer.
Now, Tornado has an eclectic collection of spuds and sprinkling and keeps on adding to them with every Show and Festival. I have myself been a visitor to some of these festivals and made sure I tasted their delicacies done by professionals. I can guarantee you that you will rarely get a better taste of these potato skewers anywhere else in the world and in any other format. I know this is saying a lot, considering spuds are after all only snacks.
The long bamboo skewers help the grilling part extremely well and are also cool to handle. You can almost feel that potatoes love being fried. They just have to be turned twice or thrice for the desired effect. I only wish I had a cook’s hand just as I have a connoisseur’s tongue and belly.
Whenever you desire to have potato suds; get them grilled in this typical manner and utilize this particular variety of bamboo food skewers. You will enjoy the experience.