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    Default Spring roll party (Cha Gio)

    Put the new fryer to the test tonight. My daughter in law is world's greatest spring roll roller. From time to time the family comes over and we fry up a good back stock of Vietnamese style spring roll for freezing and a quick meal later.

    The new fryer did even better than expected. I loaded about 25 per load and the temp didn't even drop. 15 minutes later, we had 75 fried spring rolls.



    For those that have never had Cha Gio, these are not your typical egg rolls. they are mostly meat (pork, shrimp, and crab meat) with mushrooms, garlic, onion etc. A real meal in a spring roll wrapper.

    What a day, a great dove hunt this morning with junior and grandson, then the whole family over for dinner and this wonderful Asian treat.

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    Those look great, I can tear up some spring rolls!!!!
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    Nice. You are fortunate to have some multicultural culinary talent in the family....
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    Mrs, Shoots and I have been major spring roll fans since before we were married. I Love 'em!
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    Those look fantastic!!!

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    I've never made em, but I love em to death. You keep showin pics like that and I'm comin down to kidnap your fryer and daughter in law


    Geesh I had to go back and look at those again ... triple bouncing smileys for that




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    perfect .know where are mine at .
    LOve to grill and eat .
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    Tim, Spring rolls are bad for you, terribly bad, you should send those me at once for prompt and propper dissposal! Looks Great, Kudos to your Daughter in law!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PigCicles View Post
    I've never made em, but I love em to death. You keep showin pics like that and I'm comin down to kidnap your fryer and daughter in law


    Geesh I had to go back and look at those again ... triple bouncing smileys for that
    There are plenty in the freezer. C'mon on down!

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzwinder View Post
    Tim, Spring rolls are bad for you, terribly bad, you should send those me at once for prompt and propper dissposal! Looks Great, Kudos to your Daughter in law!
    Hell Buzz, everything I like is terribly bad for me according to somebody.

    as to the Daughter in law, she was raised on theses things and rice. She has rolled more of these that Frank Zappa has rolled joints. She is a master IMO, but to her, it is just second nature.

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    Those look great! reminds me of my mom's cooking. If you come to Stockton Tim I hope you bring some.

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