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Transcript of george crum
the are specially selected
they are cleaned and sliced
fried at 190 degrees Celsius
the are then flavored
weighed and packed
then shipped off worldwide
How are chips made
In the summer of 1853
Moon lake lodge in Saratoga springs
Cornelius Vanderbilt rejects order
Crum invents the potato chip
The potato chip was born
Earlier life and Family
Inventor :George Crum
product and variations of the potato chips
1853 George Crum invents the Saratoga Chip, a thin French fry, now known as the potato chip
1960 Crum opened his own restaurant, featuring potato chips in a basket placed on every table..
1895 William Tappendon of Cleveland, Ohio begins selling potato chips as a food in grocery stores
1908 Leominster Potato Chip Co., Leominster, MA (later changed the name to Tri-Sum)
1910 Mikesell's Potato Chips, Dayton, Ohio.
1910 George Dentler, Houston, Texas.
1913 Dan Dee Pretzel and Potato Chips
1921 Wise Delicatessen Company, Berwick, Pennsylvania
1921 Utz - Hanover, Pennsylvania. started as the Hanover Home Brand Potato Chips
1921 Magic Food Co, later Golden Flake*, Birmingham, Alabama.
1924 Moore's, Bristol, Virginia.
1926 Scudder's - Monterey Park, California
1930 Better Made - Detroit, Michigan
1932 Lay's - founded by Herman Lay of Nashville, Tennessee
Birth :1822 Saratoga lake,New york
Nationality :native american
marital status :he was married five time
Invention :potato chip/saratoga chips 1853
Function : snack food made from a thin white potato that has been deep fried til crisp, usually salted
Death : 22 july 1914 Saratoga lake,New york
George Speck was born in 1822 in Saratoga Lake, New York
He was the son of an African American father (Abraham Speck) and a Native American mother (Catherine Speck)
He adopted the name Crum, which was the name his father used in his jockey career.
As a young man he worked as a guide in the Adirondack mountains.
He also worked as an Indian trader.
It was opened in 1860
Staff members were his family
Catered for high class people
The restaurant featured complimentary baskets of the “Saratoga chips” on each table.
It become internationally know for the chips
William S. Fox and Mae G. Banner,april 1983(16 march 2014). Topics and Comments: "Social and Economic Contexts of Folklore Variants: The Case of Potato Chip Legends", Western Folklore (Western States Folklore Society), Vol. 42, No. 2 (Apr., 1983), pp. 114-126, accessed 20 June 2013
^ Inventor of the Week: George Crum", MIT, 2006, accessed 20 June 2013
^ a b "Early Lake Houses Saratoga, New York", from Reminiscences of Saratoga, compiled by Cornelius E. Durkee, reprinted by The Saratogian 1927-28
^ a b "Early Lake Houses Saratoga, New York", from Reminiscences of Saratoga, compiled by Cornelius E. Durkee, reprinted by The Saratogian 1927-28^ a b "Early Lake Houses Saratoga, New York", from Reminiscences of Saratoga, compiled by Cornelius E. Durkee, reprinted by The Saratogian 1927-28