the olympics + a recipe

I don't know if you watch the Olympics, but I get so excited when they happen.

I love the Olympics. Especially gymnastics and swimming.
My family likes to celebrate the Olympics with a host-country-themed dinner. This year, we got pasties from the Cornish Pasty Company, and we made our own British chips.
Want to be like the Brits and make some fries? Here's how we did it:


chips:

4 large baking potatoes
olive oil
1 teaspoon salt
3-4 cloves garlic (minced)
dash cayenne pepper

Pierce potatoes and place on a microwave-safe plate. Microwave on high for 3 minutes or until still firm but almost tender. Cut into wedges; place on a baking sheet coated with nonstick cooking spray. Drizzle wedges with olive oil; sprinkle with salt, garlic salt and cayenne. Bake at 425 degrees F for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown and relatively.


Enjoy. And be prepared to double this recipe. It disappears fast y'all. 
xo

P.S. British accents? The best

12 comments:

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    Blessings!

    ~Madi

    P.S. British accents are the best. ;)

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  2. OMG these look delish! And I know what you mean about the olympics. My heart swelled so big to see USA up on the screen. I felt proud to be an American. I competed gymnastics till level 8, so obviously gymnastics is my favorite sport to watch. Oh how i love it. Go Gabby and Jordyn! whoop whoop!

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  3. DELICIOUS. Yes, I am going to have to make these! Yours look perfect!! :)))

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  4. yum, those look real good!!
    i love the Olympics!!

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  5. yummm!!!!
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  6. I really think I'll use this. And I am like, super excited for your giveaway winner announcement. Goodness, I would love to have that magazine.

    -ryan

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  7. I prefer the East Indian accent but British and Australian are tied for a close second place.

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  8. I prefer the East Indian accent to all others, but British and Australian are tied for close second.

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  9. Just found your blog, and it's so cute. I love the dinner idea. I've been watchin the Olympics myself and those two events are also proving to be my favorite!!

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  10. That is such a clever tradition to eat what the Olympians are eating. Best year too with British chocolates being to die for.

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