World Famous

Garlic-Herb Fries

Ristorante
Phone: 1-760-765-1587 4354 Highway 78, Julian, CA  78, Julian3 miles west of downtown Julian and 3 miles east of Santa Ysabel.
Jeremy’s On the Hill
Farm Fresh, Local Cuisine…
Business Hours: Open every day at 11am serving lunch until 4pm Dinner served 11am until 8pm Sunday - Thursday and 11am - 9pm Friday and Saturday Live Guitar Music every Saturday!

Chipperbec potatoes are non GMO and we use them

daily at Jeremy’s on the Hill. 

3 Large Chipperbec or Kennebec potatoes

2 Tablespoons minced Italian parsley

4 Garlic cloves, minced fine

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon seasoned salt

Pre-heat your tabletop fryer to 350 degrees or heat a large pot with safflower oil. Make sure the pot is large enough to

fill with oil 1/2 way to avoid the possibility of a grease fire.

Cut your potatoes into strips approx. 2 1/2 inches by 1/3 inch long and narrow. If a little larger- no worries, it will just

take longer to cook.

Drop in the fryer for 5-8 minutes. You will see a nice crisp-like potato being created.

Note, with fresh oil, your fries will not have that golden brown color. Using a Russet potato will give you a golden

brown color.

Place the fries in a mixing bowl and toss with salt and seasoned salt. Add the garlic and parsley, then toss again.

Enjoy with your favorite burger or steak!

Phone: 1-760-765-1587 3 miles west of downtown Julian and 3 miles east of Santa Ysabel.
Jeremy’s On the Hill
Farm Fresh, Local Cuisine…
Business Hours: Open every day at 11am serving lunch until 4pm Dinner served 11am until 8pm Sunday - Thursday and 11am - 9pm Friday and Saturday Live Guitar Music every Saturday!

World Famous

Garlic-Herb Fries

Chipperbec potatoes are non GMO and we use them daily at

Jeremy’s on the Hill. 

3 Large Chipperbec or Kennebec potatoes

2 Tablespoons minced Italian parsley

4 Garlic cloves, minced fine

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon seasoned salt

Pre-heat your tabletop fryer to 350 degrees or heat a large

pot with safflower oil. Make sure the pot is large enough to

fill with oil 1/2 way to avoid the possibility of a grease fire.

Cut your potatoes into strips approx. 2 1/2 inches by 1/3

inch long and narrow. If a little larger- no worries, it will just

take longer to cook.

Drop in the fryer for 5-8 minutes. You will see a nice crisp-

like potato being created.

Note, with fresh oil, your fries will not have that golden

brown color. Using a Russet potato will give you a golden

brown color.

Place the fries in a mixing bowl and toss with salt and

seasoned salt. Add the garlic and parsley, then toss again.

Enjoy with your favorite burger or steak!