Originally Posted by Andy M.
Interesting, Allen. I use a conventional peeler on apples and start at the stem and peel in a spiral ending at the blossom end. The peel often comes off in one long strip.
My great-grandmother peeled apples that way - I was always so impressed with that
We would go to the farm and pick apples from the tree in the yard, take them in and wash them, then she would peel them and make fresh applesauce. Thanks for bringing up a great memory
btw, I use a Pampered Chef veggie peeler for peeling potatoes: The Pampered Chef, Ltd.
I really like the pointed tip you can use to gouge out the eyes of a potato.