In My Oven . . .

>> Monday, February 4, 2013

I assure you -- 110% -- I'm not pregnant. And yet . . . more fries. I just crave . . . oven-baked fries -- usually sweet potato, but last night we made some amazing ones with Russet potatoes.

I want them.
All the time.
Right now, even.

And you've not HAD fries until you've tried Ashley's (Edible Perspective, not speaking in the third person here) beer-soaked variety. I made them this weekend with sweet potatoes.

By far, they win for flavor . . . 

Ashley says to soak them for 15 minutes. I did that . . . plus like three hours. Oops! I started them while I was doing a million other things and didn't read that far ahead in the recipe. But they still turned out great. Seasoned with some rosemary + salt, too.


Adrianna's Cornmeal Crusted Eggplant Fries
Rebecca's Baked Chickpea Fries
Angela's Nut Butter Parsnip Fries
Kristianne's Baked Asparagus Fries
Lauren's Raw Avocado Fries
Julia's Baked Kohlrabi Fries
Megan's Shortbread Fries w/ Strawberry Jam
Gourmet's Herbed Polenta Fries
Our Dessert Parsnip Fries
Hayley's Tofu Fries

What's your current food obsession? Or what's your favorite fries recipe?

Tomorrow I'll be back with stuff about grocery budget as promised in my last post. I am so happy to have gotten most of the cooking done for the week. I used to be a pro at doing it all ahead of time, but it's becoming necessity. Off to bake another loaf of sourdough!

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