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    Cheeps, Anybody? :D !!!!!

    I likeys this guy...jus found him, today...



    Sure, an I'll be checkin out more his postins...

    #2
    A fun video. The last time I made potato chips, I just used a potato peeler to slice the potato right into the hot oil. I thought they turned out rather tasty...

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    • Mr. Bones
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      No arguin with Results, Brother!

    #3
    This aroused so many special joys of when my daughter still lived with us. A staple for Jessica and her friends from school days thru college. I'm convinced she had more friends 'cause of homemade chips.
    Then this from yesterday has me pining.

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    • texastweeter
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      Best post I have ever read here brother!

    • Stuey1515
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      Yeah it's nice when they recognise this isn't it, gives you a nice warm & fuzzy right in the feels

    #4
    Mr. Patato Head is now made out of plastic. Hard to slice, and a disaster to fry. Please do not try.

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      #5
      I like to take russets, peel, then run through my deli slicer. Soak for a few to remove excess starch, then deep fry until crispy. Add some brine from pickled jalapenos to a bowl, toss them like wings, and then hit with some seasoned salt.

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Them sound Dee-Lishuss, Brother!!!

      • Draznnl
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        Why long ways? Just to get bigger chips or is there some reason I'm missing?

      • texastweeter
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        Draznnl they tend to wad up more when you fry them, making them crunchier.

      #6
      “Do you have a mandolin at home?” A question I have asked numerous friends.
      Sadly, the answer more often than not is “No.” To which I generally ask another question; “WTH not?!” LOL

      Nice find. Thanks for sharing.

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