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The love and support shown to my Andrea’s Country Home Cookin column mean so much to me. You have sent me fan mail, messaged me on Facebook, or have seen me in person and have told me how much you enjoy reading my column. Last week, especially, got amazing feedback. The one about my grandfather and Sinatra, you all seemed to really enjoy. I’ve heard from many of you that you love that I talk about my family. My stories feel cozy and that you look forward to coming home and reading each week. Thank you for reaching out to me to tell me this. I got a lot of really sweet feedback last week, and the fact that you take the time to tell me makes me do what I love so much more!

I try to write my column pertaining to food, and some weeks it may not always be, but I have so much of my life to share with you. I try to be creative with each column I write. Andrea’s Country Home Cookin has opened so many doors for me, and I am so thankful to be able to reach so many of you with delicious recipes to enjoy with your family.

My cookbook is still being sold at Rust And Shine in Williamsport on Cemetery Street. They have some of the cutest things in there! From antiques to primitives, homemade items, jewelry, and more. I am thankful to be able to sell my cookbook at such a neat place that offers so much. Thanks, Rust and Shine!

For extras, you can also find me at Andrea’s Country Home Cookin on Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or my website, Instagram really shows you extra goodies in my kitchen and pictures of my cute sous chefs who help me. YouTube is my home cooking videos; however, we haven’t made a new one here in a while because of the time. (Where does that go anyway?) It’s a lot to keep everything up and running, but I try to post and share as much as I can while having a family. On the Pulse will be starting back up with my cooking show for August. The Rona put a stop on our filming for a while, so I am excited to get back it!

OK, and now I just have to throw this in here. My momma just called me, and she had no idea I was even writing my column and said, “Honey I have to tell you how many people have said to me this week how much they enjoy reading your column.”

“Mom, I literally just got done writing my column, and that is exactly what it was about!”

Hearing this gives me so much joy. Thank you! I just wanted to write this column to thank you all: my readers, watchers, and supporters. Thanks to the Webb Weekly for giving me a column. It has opened so many doors for me. For my Facebook fans who have been there with me since the beginning and share my recipes. On the Pulse giving me my own cooking show, and for everyone who has purchased one of my cookbooks. I have to take the time to thank you all every now and then, so you know just how grateful I am. I love what I do, and I love my fans and supporters. THANK YOU, from the bottom of my heart. My sincerest gratitude to you all.

Garlic Parmesan Baked Fries

• 4 large white potatoes; peeled, washed, and sliced – (dabbed dry with paper towel)
• 1/4 cup of olive oil
• 1/2 cup shaker parmesan cheese
• 1 1/2 tsp. garlic salt
• 1/2 tsp. chili powder
• 1 tsp. Italian seasoning
• *I also added 1/8 tsp of fresh garlic, this is optional.

Mix everything well in a large bowl and transfer to a cookie sheet spreading fries apart to bake evenly.

Bake at 425° for the first 15 minutes; then flip fries.

Bake another 25-30 minutes at 400° till golden brown; flipping fries over as needed. Serve with a side of Mayochup, or just ketchup if you desire.

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