Several months ago Scott, Chris and myself got together to do a cooking session. We were into frying all sorts of things that night – chicken, of course, and strawberries as well (which turned out really gross). Then we turned our attention to the humble french fry. And then something happened.
We found a new way to make french fries. So new, in fact, that we have actually applied for a patent on the idea. Whaaaaat? I know. How’d we do that? Can’t say much yet, but once “patent pending” becomes “patent awarded”, I’ll be happy to tell you. Needless to say, we’re totally psyched.
It just goes to show, a little creativity with a great group of people can create some pretty cool stuff. Fearlessly forward we go, spatulas in hand!
Tim Sebel said:
It usually takes years to award a patent, but as soon as you have submitted it, the idea is reserved as “yours” pending approval. So why can’t you share the idea now?
That’s the agreement we have in place.
That other cook... said:
Right. I suppose in 18 months we will be able to look at the published version of the patent.
Is that just like a potato paste squeezed out into a tube shaped thing
because if so that’s a pretty good idea
and if not then don’t mind if I just patent my own little dealio
Shari - Simply Shari's Gluten Free said:
It looks like piped mashed potatoes. I bet that would amazing as well. Good luck! I look forward to hearing updates!