Picture of Spiral Cut Potatoes

The only problem is spiral potatoes that they are only sold at fairs and carnivals around here. Instead of waiting for the next fair, I decided to make my own spiral cutting machine. With the help of your drill, you too can have your own spiral cut potatoes.

I made this out of junk pieces of wood someone threw away.

.I made this for the Power Tools contest, If you enjoy it Please vote!

Step 1: Supplies

Picture of Supplies
supplies po.jpg

You Will Need


Wooden Skewer

3 Pieces of Wood (any size will do, Just make sure they match in height when you setup the wood)



Sigfodr1 year ago

Potatoes is the plural of potato. Potato's would describe a thing that belongs to a potato.

Sigfodr is not even a word.

No, it isn't, it's a name. It's old Norse and means father of victory.

What does the suffix -nir mean in the Norse language? I have seen it in many Norse words in mythology (i.e. Sleipnir, Mjolnir, etc.) but I don't know it's significance.

Constructed (author)  Sigfodr1 year ago

You are the greatest person on this planet.....

I concur.
Dansanll1 year ago

This is pretty inventive. As for Potatoes, Potato's or Taters I believe anyone would understand and if they do not, they do not deserve some fine deep fried spiral cut taters! Just loving life and thankful to be above ground.

Constructed (author)  Dansanll1 year ago

Agreed, Thank you.

Re: the people who comment on the "Potatoes Potato's issue" - I think there just trying to impress you with they're grammatical sensibilities but it is neither here nor their!

That is creative peeling … or I don't know what is !!!…

trogabird1 year ago

Potato's is possessive: the potato owns what is talked about: A basket to keep potatoes in. The basket belongs to the potato. Potatoes is plural: more than one.

Constructed (author)  trogabird1 year ago

You too are the greatest person on this planet....

Donnage611 year ago