Patrick of Bifurcated Carrots posted recently on his harvest of Mr Little's Yetholm Gypsy Potato and it reminded me that I put a reasonable crop of Golden Wonder in store.
Grown from tubers given to me by an allotment neighbour they are said to be an excellent fryer and there is even a crisp (potato chip for North American readers) named after the variety.
I don't have a deep fat fryer so I'll quick roast them instead.
I was happy with the yield and the size of tuber. They were a bit scabby but this is because I ran short of fresh grass clippings with which to line the trench when I was planting. It'll do no harm to the taste and I could even skin them if it bothered me.
As for the taste. Well that will have to wait as I've read they benefit from storing into the new year. I'll keep you posted!