Potatoes on the dinner plate. To eat with other things, Potatoes with their jackets on, May do for many things.
But if you'd like to try them. As nature meant you should, Be sure to keep their jackets on. And try them if you would.
A little lump of butter. A deal of open air, And never was a party, That offered greater fare.
The prime of food can weary, The greatest appetite, Potatoes with their jackets on, Are ever always right.
Y. RICHES, 2A