Subject: Different type of French Fries
From: harriet neal <queenbe[at]earthlink.net>
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2001 04:34:40 GMT
Took J J (world famous jack russell terrior) to Santa Barbara with me
today. He loves to ride in the car. (Left J J at sons apartment) who
lives up there. We had lunch at the Santa Barbara Brewing Company. I
ordered a different type of fries, which were wonderful!
Freshly cut and freshly fried russett potatoes sprinkled with dried
garlic and dried rosmary and no salt or very little when removed from
the fryer....verrry good.
From: Alan Zelt <alzelt[at]worldnet.att.netFINNFAN>
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2001 05:40:05 GMT
An offshoot of something I first learned about at a very, very small
restaurant on the shores of Lake Lacanau (in Medoc). The chef/owner
prepared the fries per normal. Then, after dumping them out to drain, he
tossed in chopped fresh garlic and chopped parsley. Like you say, verrry
From: jlove98905[at]aol.com (Jen)
Date: 08 Aug 2001 01:16:32 GMT
You guys might like these gourmet potato chips I've seen around. They're garlic
and rosemary flavored! You could probably find them at a gourmet grocery store.
From: Michel Boucher <alsandorz[at]netcom.ca>
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2001 01:36:18 GMT
> You guys might like these gourmet potato chips I've seen around.
> They're garlic and rosemary flavored! You could probably find them
> at a gourmet grocery store.
I can buy rosemary flavoured and black pepper flavoured potato chips
(thick) cooked in olive oil at my local grocery store. It's Loblaws
upscale brand President's Choice, sometimes sold in the US at
Wal-Mart under the brand Sam's (something or other). I'm not saying
they'll have potato chips. I do know they have (or have had) the
same Decadent Chocolate Chip cookies.
Or maybe it's like when wev sell cakes to China. We have to add more
pink, make it sweeter, and less tasty :-)
From: Ranee Mueller <raneem[at]harbornet.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2001 16:48:11 -0700
Michel Boucher wrote:
> I can buy rosemary flavoured and black pepper flavoured potato chips
> (thick) cooked in olive oil at my local grocery store.
So can I! :) There are lots of kinds of potato chips out there now.
I like the herbed ones, and the salt & pepper ones, but plain or salt &
vinegar are still my favorites, with jalapeno coming in second.
Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2001 02:11:23 GMT
>I can buy rosemary flavoured and black pepper flavoured potato chips
>(thick) cooked in olive oil at my local grocery store. It's Loblaws
>upscale brand President's Choice, sometimes sold in the US at
Ooooh, those PC Olive Oil chips are soooooo addictive. My favourite
is the roasted garlic ... MMMMMMMMM ...
One brand I've tried recently from the health food store (from the
same people who make Terra Chips) is a yogurt and green onion flavour.
Very tasty. Similar to sour cream and onion but a bit more tangy.