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Cheese Stuffed Potato Balls

Cheese Stuffed Potato Balls

This new recipe from Love Keil of Munchkin Time is crispy on the outside and full of melted, gooey cheese on the inside. Sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike! 

Dr Potato

Dr Potato

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All Things Potatoes

All Things Potatoes

Tips and tricks, recipes and videos. We’ve pulled the information you need to tackle any of the basic potato dishes in one handy spot.

Look For The Seal To Know It's Real

To be sure you're getting genuine, top-quality Idaho® potatoes, look for the "Grown In Idaho®" seal. Idaho's growing season of warm days and cool nights, ample mountain-fed irrigation and rich, volcanic soil give Idaho® potatoes their unique texture, taste and dependable performance.

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Wondering how long and at what temperature to bake a potato? Ask Alexa!

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Hot Idaho® Potato Swag!

Hot Idaho® Potato Swag!

Order your favorite Idaho® potato merchandise...Spuddy Buddies, t-shirts, cutting boards, Big Idaho® Potato Truck souvenirs and more...in our online store.

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First Bite

Did you notice that the first bite of every great meal is always the potato? That's why it should always be an Idaho® potato because genuine Idaho® potatoes have the perfect taste and texture to get your meal started right!

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Proud to be partnered with this great organization that raises money to unite international Down Syndrome orphans with their forever adoptive family. 

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Idaho Potato Commission Rules

Idaho Potato Commission Rules

§67-5292 states that all administrative rules automatically expire on July 1 unless extended by statute. The 2019 Idaho Legislature did not reauthorize all existing administrative rules as they have traditionally done in the past. As a result, the Governor directed DFM and all state executive agencies to exercise necessary executive authority to minimize the impact on state agencies, and the public most importantly.

This special edition of the Idaho Administrative Bulletin re-publishes the state’s administrative rules as temporary and proposed rules concurrently, with an effective date of June 30, 2019. This includes the Idaho Potato Commission’s rules, which can be found here. For any comments or questions about the rules, please contact Patrick Kole at 208-514-4208 or Patrick.kole@potato.idaho.gov.

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