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Stir Fry Fried Potatoes

Ingredients:

4 Potatoes

2 Cloves Garlic shredded

1 Red & Green Peppers chopped fine.

1 Celery Stock chopped fine

1  cup vegetable oil.

2 Tbsp. Minced Onions

2 Tbsp. Worshire Sauce

Dash of Hot Sauce

Directions:

1. In large skillet, cook over medium heat,potatoes until soft.

2. Mediium skillet, combine butter, red & green peppers, and celery. Cook vegeatbles until tender.

3. Combine in large skillet, ALL ingredients.

4. Cook on medium low heat covered for approximately, 20 minutes. Stir occastionally.

 What down home cooking could a home cooked meal be without fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, biscuits, bacon, stewed apples, cream tomatoes, and a tall cup of cold glass milk to boot be on a cold winter moring?

I remember many a times, as a child growing up in a small town called Clendenin, West Virginia when, my mother, two brothers, and I would spend the weekends visiting our grandparents. On an occastional weekend of our visits, we'd wakd up to the smell of breakfast being made.

 I've enjoyed those times with family. I wished, that there was a way, for a person to be able to go back into time and relive their life over. I would cherish every moment, that I had the opportunity to do so with all family members.

 As the years when by, all I have left now, is only the memories that is forver in my head. I will never forget those, fond memories till the day, I die.

 

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I am a mother of four young adults. One of which, lives in a group home. I am married and have been for the past soon to be 29 years. At least, the last count I had, I am still yet, married. My husband and I are currently, separated. I am currently, not working. I was working at a fast food place called Jack In The Box. I was working for the organization for the past 10 years as a cashier. Due to some medical issues, I had to step away from it and am now, looking for ways to work here in the home. I am originally, from West Virginia. I am the youngest of six children. I love to read, listen to music, writing, sports: volley ball, which, at the moment, I am unable to do so. I love to try and play soft ball. I like riding bikes. I love taking long walks. Love camping. All in all, I'm an out door of a person.

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  1. BuddhasDelight
    BuddhasDelight
    yum! you had me at Fried Potato... lol. can't wait to try this! :)
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  2. Carolyn
    Carolyn
    Vote #3! Teresa, I am assuming that you are referring to rice or almond milk and other vegan products! I love fried potatoes! Glad to see you posting on The Flaming Vegan again!
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  3. Virtually Homemade
    Virtually Homemade
    Looks very tasty! Thanks for the recipe. Voted:) Check out my baked oatmeal with fresh berries post!
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    1. Teresa
      Teresa
      Just checked it out a little while ago. I love eating oat meal on a cold winter day. I'll have to think about this one.
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  4. SnakeWitch
    Hey, did you steal this recipe from my parents??? Ha! They make their own version. But, they have one difference: they are huge on making large dinners and eating the leftovers for lunches during the week, so they always had ready-cooked potatoes. They don't use Worcestershire sauce, though, but that's the only difference. And, they usually served them with baked beans, a slice of toast and a side of raw, sliced veggies like cucumbers and carrots. Voted!
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    1. Teresa
      Teresa
      No, Snake Witch, I didn't steal this from your parents. I know, you're only joking. I just thought of it as I went along. My grandparents too, always had large meals also. I miss those days when everyone sat around the dinner table and talked about what was on their minds. Wished, that we could go back to those days. Only in our memories now, huh?
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