Special Varieties from Morghew Park from Hawkhurst
Yukon Gold is a deliciously versatile Canadian variety A white skin protects a fluffy, golden flesh (as the name suggests) making it perfect for baking, roasting, chipping and mashing. This potato will absorb whatever flavours you add to it enhancing the versatility of this variety.
Pink Fir Apple potatoes are an old French heritage fingerling variety dating back to the mid-19th century. With a light pink skin and firm creamy flesh they can have quite a knobbly appearance. Their waxy texture makes them a delicious salad potato with a nutty, earthy flavour. Try them boiled or steamed, hot or cold. You can also roast or wedge this variety or, if you have the patience to peel them, they make a lovely mash.
Charlotte potatoes are classic salad potatoes and widely available across all major retailers. With a creamy skin and light yellow flesh, they are relatively small potatoes. Charlotte potatoes have a fresh flavoured which tastes great either hot or cold.
Blue Congo is a lovely colourful variety with a fluffy flesh. This makes it great for roasting, mashing, wedging and baking. It has sweet delicate flavour
Shetland Black potatoes originate from the Shetland Islands where they are first recorded as being bred in 1923. With a very dark purple-black skin and a cream flesh interrupted by a purple ring just under the skin this is an attractive potato with a light, floury flesh. Perfect for roasting, baking, wedging or used to make interesting crisps.
King Edward is a traditional British heritage potato that dates back to 1902 and is a firm favourite in domestic and commercial kitchens alike. With a cream and pink parti-coloured skin encasing a light cream flesh this variety has a fluffy texture making it perfect for roasting, baking, wedging and mashing. As with other floury varieties be careful when boiling as they will break up easily.