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5 Reasons to Make Gourmet French Fries As Told by Jennifer Lawrence

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Not everyone has as intense of a French fry obsession as Jennifer Lawrence, but we all should. Plain French fries are already pretty damn tasty, but adding in salt, pepper, thyme and Parmesan will trick everyone think you’re serving them a gourmet meal. In case you needed any more convincing, here are five reasons from J. Law herself on why you should drop everything and make these fancy fries right now.

1. They will make you remember why you love food in the first place.

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2. French fries are always there for you, even if you forget them in the oven.

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3. They’re entirely edible, so you’ll never be stuck in this unfortunate situation.

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4. You will be in awe of what a gourmet chef you have become with one simple French fry recipe.

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5. Thinking about fries is the perfect distraction from anything and everything.

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So take Jennifer’s advice and make these fries, so you can sound really cool when people ask you what you did today.

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French Fries with Thyme and Parmesan

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15-20 minutes
Total Time: 20-25 minutes

Ingredients:
1 bag frozen French fries (we like Trader Joe’s Handsome Cut Potato Fries)
2 tablespoons fresh thyme, chopped
½ cup shredded Parmesan
Salt and pepper

Directions:
1. Cook fries according to directions on the package.

Photo by Emily Kim

2. Let sit for five minutes before placing fries in a large bowl. Toss with salt and pepper, Parmesan and thyme.

Photo by Emily Kim

Photo by Emily Kim

3. Devour accordingly.

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

I've Got an App

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

I've Got an App

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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What Food Do You Miss the Most?

Yeah…yeah…I know. We’re healthier now so we don’t miss those evil gluten-filled foods. Blah, blah, blah.

I received the following email recently (actually October but who’s counting…yes I’m that backlogged) and it just got me thinking.

Hmmmm…what would my last glutenous meal be??

Do you have any recommendations for what to enjoy before going Gluten-Free?

Let me explain. I am 25 years old and I had a strongly positive blood serum test for celiac disease a month ago. I am currently waiting for my endoscopy to confirm the diagnosis. Unfortunately timing-wise, I received the blood results the day before I moved to a new city for a new job, so the complications of being referred to a doctor in a new city means that I have another 1-2 months before I will have the endoscopy. While I know that there is the chance that the biopsy will be negative, having celiac disease would explain a lot and so I am trying to mentally prepare myself for a lifetime gluten-free diet.

The stress of having this unconfirmed diagnosis hanging over me sucks, but I’m trying to look at the bright side. Since I have to keep eating gluten for now in order for the endoscopy to have accurate results, I’m trying to enjoy this last chance of being able to eat normally.

So, my question is, what do you miss most about pre-diagnosis? If you could go back to before you learned you had celiac disease, knowing what you do now, what would you enjoy one last time?

Thanks,
Potential future celiac

Such a fun, yet torturous, question.

Personally, I didn’t get the chance to have a last meal. I went to the doctor never knowing the word “celiac” existed and before I know it, I was diagnosed.

If I could go back in time though?

Here’s what my last meal would’ve consisted of: Penne pasta with shrimp in a vodka sauce garlic bread with gargonzola cheese and a Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA.

Now if you’ll excuse me…I’m going to curl up in a ball and weep.

In the meantime, what would your last meal be?

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