FARE OF THE COUNTRY; Potato Chips With Hawaiian Crunch
By MALABAR HORNBLOWER; Malabar Hornblower lives in Boston and is the author of a cookbook called ''Do-Ahead Dining'' (Globe Pequot Press).
Published: July 12, 1987
The lowly potato chip is not rated very high on the ladder of four-star gastronomic delights. It is probably not rated at all compared with glistening Beluga caviar, translucent slices of smoked salmon, plump fresh foie gras and slivers of crisp black truffles. But on the island of Maui in Hawaii can be found a potato chip that can compete with the finest of foods and renders all other potato chips pedestrian.
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