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A chowlenge: redeeming leftover fries

drdawn | Dec 9, 200810:12 PM     22

A friend and I were musing about culinary impossibilities and it seemed to us that there was not a single way of making good use of cold leftover fries, either resurrected as fries or incorporated into something else. We fantasized about this being the perfect secret ingredient in Iron Chef America. We wanna see Cat Cora confused :)

Has anyone actually done this with any level of success? Even if you haven't tried, any clues as to what we might start experiementing with, should we take this on as a kind of quest?

Forgive me if this has already been talked about... I did do a search but didn't find anything...
Dawn

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