Quick cuts

Make your own potato chips

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Slicing potatoes for chips

James Carrier

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Potato Chips

Perfect julienned carrots or sliced cucumbers make beautiful salads or garnishes, but consistent cutting takes patience ― unless you use a mandoline or slicer. Stainless steel models are pricey, but plastic-bodied models, such as the Börner V-Slicer Plus (shown at left) and the adjustable Japanese Benriner cutter (our favorite), are just as functional. Their blades slide right through a raw potato for paper-thin slices that fry up into crisp, translucent chips.

The Börner V-Slicer Plus is available at amazon.com for about $35. The Benriner cutter, about $35, can be purchased from the Wok Shop in San Francisco (888/780-7171).

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