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June 3, 2010

Sweet Potato Fries & Chloe's 1st 4-wheeler ride

Have you ever made sweet potato fries?  If not, it's a must try in my opinion.  They are good.  And healthy.  Here's how I prepared them.

You can either cut up sweet potatoes OR buy the pre-cut version right from the grocery store. 
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. 
Toss into a bowl and coat with olive oil. 
Sprinkle Kosher salt,
garlic salt,
two cloves of minced garlic,
chopped parsley 

Lay them out onto a non-stick sprayed cookie sheet.  Bake for 25 minutes.  Then turn broiler on and let them crisp up for a few more minutes. 

Enjoy!  I eat mine with ketchup.

Earlier in the day, while I spent some time working on the rose bushes and doing a little weeding, Bryce and Paige were playing Rescue Ranger. 

They come around the corner yelling "We've rescued Chloe from the heifer pasture! "  I can't believe the three of them fit on this 4-wheeler.  This was Chloe's first ride on a 4-wheeler and I'm pretty sure she enjoyed it! 

Good thing!

Because Paige had a monster grip on her.

But Chloe was all smiles :)

I'm pretty sure we have one of the most tolerant dogs EVER.

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1 comment:

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

We had those tonight for dinner too!
I experimented making them on the BBQ- I still need to get the heat/time right- a few of them got burnt- I just wrapped them in heavy duty tinfoil.
When I make them in the oven I usually make a kids batch and an adult batch- On the adult batch I like to add a little bit of Indian spices.