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Comment by Riana Noyes on Monday

I make the same thing up with leftover mashed potatoes too. Left over baked potatoes are left in larger chunks, and become " home fries". 

Comment by Riana Noyes on Monday

Okay...when l was in high school l worked weekends at a truck diner.

Hash browns from french fries. Chop the fries while cold into little cubes. Chop up a slice ( or 2 ) of onion. If you like, add some cooked sausage pieces or cooked bacon crumbles. Toss in frying pan preheated with a  it of olive oil. Medium/ hot temp.When the onions are translucent, or you feel it's hot enough, serve. This is for no measuring,lol. I had 1/2 an ltalian sausage from making lasagnia the night before. Served it with egg ,( hubby added toast too.) 

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Monday

Thank you Barbara and Kris.

Ginny, Riana should definitely share her recipe for doggy bag French fries.  It sounds really yummy.  I think that I could make them too, but Doug and I so rarely order French fries that when we do, we gobble them all up and there is nothing to take home.

Comment by Kris Howell on Monday

Elizabeth, that quilt is beautiful, and sure to be treasured!  

Comment by Barbara Hughes on Monday

Love the Baby BIrdie Quilt, Liz!! Great Job, Mommy looks happy!

Comment by Ginny Andersen on Monday

Oh! I meant to ask- Riana, want to share the recipe for old french fries? I can never eat all of mine and this intrigues me.

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Sunday

Thank you, Riana.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Sunday

The photo doesn't do the bird quilt should see her beautiful job of quilting it! Because it's not too juvenile, the baby can keep using it, then take it to university!

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Sunday

Thank you, Linda.

Comment by Linda Koller on Sunday

Beautiful quilt as always, Elizabeth.


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