Few People Know That New York Is The Birthplace Of The Potato Chip
It doesn’t take too much exploration of the Empire State to quickly realize that this fascinating place that we call home is deliciously intriguing. All around New York, you can visit all sorts of museums that highlight different pieces of our past and show you all the different sides of our state. In fact, readers of Only In New York may even remember the fact that we’ve mentioned how New York is actually the birthplace of America’s favorite dessert – Jell-O! To little surprise, Western New York isn’t the only area of our state that’s known for coming up with a mouthwatering creation. If you’re ready to enjoy a tasty history lesson, then it’s time to learn about how Upstate New York is the birthplace of the potato chip.
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