£2.50 – £20.00
This variety was first cultivated in the 19th century but suffered a slight dip in popularity which has only been rekindled in the past few decades. A favourite particularly among Michelin starred chefs this French heirloom variety is prized for making a smooth, creamy mash. Being long in shape with a golden skin and a firm, waxy, yellow flesh this variety has a subtle nutty taste that also works well boiled, steamed and wedged.
See our blog for some recipe inspiration: Cawl, Roasted Pink Fir Apple & La Ratte with Wild Garlic Pesto.
* Please note: these are not certified seed potatoes. They’re not sprayed with chemicals so will grow if given the chance but we’ve grown them for eating. We recommend planting them in your oven, not in the garden! *
See our blog for some recipe inspiration!