When Filbert P. Horsefeathers walks into George Crum's restaurant, he orders 'a heaping helping of potatoes.' George prepares a serving of his most scrumptious, succulent and sublime potato wedges, only to have Filbert send them back for being too thick. So, George makes thinner and thinner wedges until, feeling a bit mischievous, he decides to use his sharpest knife to cut paper-thin potato slices, which he fries until they are crackling and showers with salt. At last, Filbert is satisfied and, quite by accident, George Crum has invented potato chips!
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Felicita is a self-taught illustrator and painter. She graduated in Philosophy from the University of Western Australia. She has illustrated many picture books, as well as a huge amount of illustrated food for magazines and newspapers, and has also worked on papercut stop motion animations. As a child she was a super picky eater, but now loves to eat and cooMore about Felicita Sala