The red, crescent-shaped spuds. They are called, Teufelshörnschen. The members with a German background will recognise that the translation is, “Devil’s horns”. They are red and curved, so I am guessing that is the reason for their name. These peculiar-looking potatos have a very nice taste; however, they are not waxy like a similar type called, Bamberger hörnschen. These are a fine, waxy sort with a good flavour. They are not crumbly, like the Teufels. The creamy-coloured spuds are a type called, “Jazzy”. These have a really good flavour and are waxy up to a certain moment, then they will instantly co crumbly if you do not take them off in time. These Jazzys can be found in supermarkets here and there these days. It was a new one for us, so both spud sorts were experimental this year. I do lurve a good spud.