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I cut them into wedges, (steak fries), tossed them in oil, and baked them at 450F for about 30 minutes. They were wonderful! I would have left them in longer, since I like them crispy, but hubby doesn't and I enjoy any taters if I can drench them in ketchup! Just a healthier way for our life style, and thanks Diva Spoonie Sharon! YUM!

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Chef PotPie May 31, 2010

Great fries! They looked and tasted wonderful. I don't know why I bother with frozen fries when these are such a cinch to make. I made homemade tartar sauce for dipping. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 6.

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CJAY May 31, 2010

Awesome! Crispy and yummy! I do enjoy a great fry, no matter the nationality! I did serve these with a garlic aioli, which I like with fries like these. Thanks for sharing, Sharon. Made for ZWT 6.

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alligirl May 25, 2010

No mussels but we didn't mind. These were just lovely. A boardwalk fry kind of fry and just delicious with Japanese Spicy Mayo Sauce for dipping. I was please with the technique too. Made for ZWT6 by a fellow Spooner!

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Ma Field May 23, 2010

Made for Photo Tag. Fantastique! Yummy yummy! Iserved with with a chipotle dip...Mmmm Mmmm GGOOODD!

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Lorrie in Montreal August 25, 2008
Belgium Frites(French Fries)