#1 of things learned

Well, this may make me sound stupid, but I just never really thought about it before. A few nights ago my mom was making me some chili cheese fries, because I love them. And she was making the fries home-made (she’s a very good cook). Anyways, I was sitting there eating it and I was thinking how do you make home made fries? I asked her and she said “Are you serious?” Then she explained it to me and I felt sooo stupid. But at least now I can cook them for myself when she’s not here. Well I wish I could, but we have a gas stove and she thinks I’ll burn the house down. Hopefully some of you out there also didn’t know how to make fries. If you don’t then all you have to do is chop the potato in fry like form, well peel the potato first, unless you want the peeling on it…but i wouldn’t suggest it(: Anyway, then you cook them in oil (which is frying them, hence the name french “fries”) I’m not sure for how long though, if you know please comment so others know. Thanks, and enjoy your fries! 😀

6 thoughts on “#1 of things learned

  1. Lisa Carter says:

    Haha! Well, I did know how to make fries, but I will tell a funny, embarrassing story of my own. When I first moved out on my own I wanted to make some pinto beans. I called Mama and told her something was wrong. I told her that I put the beans in water to boil, but every time they started boiling the water got all dirty! I kept pouring the water out and starting over. She laughed and laughed. When she was able to talk, she explained that the water was supposed to change colors, that is what makes the bean gravy!! I felt really stupid too. But, we live we learn.

  2. Dolly Tinsley says:

    Ashley, If you have the grease too hot, they will burn and not get done on the inside. But, it has to be pretty hot. When they start getting brown or tender, they are done. Make sure you put them on paper towels to soak up the grease or oil. Don’t burn yourself, and don’t burn the house down. Practice with your mom first. Love You.

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