We have similar taste in potatoes! I usually grow Kennebec or Red Pontiac. I have grown some Pontiac that were huge and plentiful. One year I cut up a 5 pound bag of Red Pontiac seed potatoes from the Faribault Nursery & Seed, got them in the ground in late April, not the traditional Good Friday planting date all the old timers here fondly reflect about. The soil was black and heavy with peat as the old house sat on an old slough that had dried out many decades earlier. After planting them I never touched them again until dad came over with the potatoe fork and we started digging. He also brought three square galvanized wash tubs and two large oval shaped ones. I never imagined we would fill those five containers full ... the big oval ones were so full and heavy we could not lift them off the ground and had to remove nearly half of the spuds to move them and load them on the truck. That winter every night supper had a Red Pontiac with butter, horseradish, salt and pepper. I was the paper boy in my small home town and knew where the old people lived and dad wanted some for the winter, but, a lot of my old newspaper route customers got through the winter with a load of spuds from their old paperboy and his dad. I wish we had been able to weigh the potatoes that year just to know how many pounds we had gotten from that five pounds of seed potatoes.