As you may know, my current poll has do to with chips.
I heard a while back that you can enhance any vegetable casserole with a topping of crushed potato chips and drizzled melted butter.
And I found it to be true!
Well, I would bet that you could enhance any casserole with crushed potato chips AND Fritos with melted butter. (I like eating Fritos and potato chips together, don't you?)
And what about Cheetos? I'll bet they would make a good crust on any casserole.
('Course you might have to take some heavy-duty cholesterol medicine.)
I (and Will and Laura) gave it a try.
It was FANTASTIC.
For the Fritos Cornbread Stuffing Recipe, click that.
I'm really thinking that ANY crunchy thing (crackers, tortilla chips, etc.) would make a good topping for a casserole.
And any crunchy sweet thing (like cookies, sweet cereal) would be good crushed and spread on, say, cheap vanilla ice cream.
On this food note: I've known people who like to 'enhance' cheap pizza slices by dipping them in Worchestershire Sauce.... and/or Ranch dressing.
I know my clever blog readers have some clever tips for enhancing all kinds of regular foods.
I'd love for you to share if you'd like!
Click 'Comment' and have at it. (Or leave a comment on Facebook... whatever!)
If you haven't taken my chip poll please do (upper right - totally anonymous).
It will be over soon.
On a TOTALLY different note, the handsome fella in the right picture in my header (if you're reading this post the time it was posted), who is holding a dear little Andrew, has a birthday Friday.
Happy Birthday, Cap!!!!!!!!!!
Here's another picture I like of him...
Again, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CAP!!!
(His birthday is Friday, Sept. 23.)
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