Sep 22, 2022
He Called Me an A**hole More Than Once: GOP Congressman Has to Be Reminded Hes On Air While Talking About John Kerry
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Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) had to be reminded on Fox Business Network on Thursday night after he noted John Kerry called him an “asshole.”
The eponymous host of Kennedy pointed to comments Kerry made about the Inflation Reduction Act at a conference earlier in the day.
“I’m not sure how much it has to do with inflation, but that’s ok,” he said.Kennedy noted the former secretary of state praised the bill signed into law by President Joe Biden in August.
“Let’s get sassy with Massie,” Kennedy said. “I know John Kerry is one of your favorite targets. Are you–”
“He called me an asshole more than once,” Massie interrupted, prompting Kennedy to chuckle.
“We’re on the air, congressman,” Kennedy said through laughter. “Did no one tell you?”
Breaking news: Congressman Massie has tested positive for being an asshole. He must be quarantined to prevent the spread of his massive stupidity. He’s given new meaning to the term #Masshole. (Finally, something the president and I can agree on!) https://t.co/N1CNLPsZjc
— John Kerry (@JohnKerry) March 27, 2020
Then-President Donald Trump noticed Kerry’s missive and favorably retweeted it, stating, “Never knew John Kerry had such a good sense of humor! Very impressed!”
The rift between Trump and Massie wasn’t irreparable, as the former president endorsed Massie in his 2022 Republican primary, which he won.
The bad blood between Massie and Kerry may stem from a viral exchange the two had during a 2019 House hearing about climate change.
Watch above via Fox Business Network.
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I make my own crisps in an air fryer using potato peel – they taste amazing and will save you so much money
NOTHING quite hits the spot like a bag of crisps when you’re craving something savoury.
But one foodie has revealed that they make their own crisps and not only do they taste amazing, but they only take a matter of minutes to make.4If you have an air fryer, you'll want to give this crisp recipe a tryCredit: Getty 4A TikTok foodie has shared a very simple recipe, using leftover potato peels, to create the perfect crispsCredit: Tiktok 4Simply add seasonings and olive oil to the crisps and put in an air fryer for five minutesCredit: Tiktok
Known on TikTok as ‘thisisplanetfood’, this food account has a whopping 468k followers and 11.4million likes.
In one of the social media user’s recent videos, the foodie demonstrates how to use your potato peels to create your very own crisps in an air fryer.
So if you are looking to save money and reduce waste where possible, you’ll want to listen up.
If you have joined the air fryer gang, this is definitely one worth trying and it’s safe to say, our mouths are now watering, so if you are a lover of crisps, here’s how you can create your very own.Read more on air fryersFRY OFF Air fryer fans warned against TikTok cleaning hack that could break your machineON A ROLL I make the best sausage rolls in my Air Fryer…they are so much nicer than Greggs
The foodie uploaded the potato peel crisp hack recipe to the video sharing platform with the caption ‘We tried the potato peel hack! What do you think?’.
The TikToker demonstrated how they create “air fryer potato crisps using leftover potato peels”.
The foodie said: “Stop throwing your potato peels in the bin.
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“Add all your seasonings to your leftover peels, coat generously with oil and then pop them in the air fryer for 5 minutes until golden and crispy.
“For the dip, mix mayo, honey, lemon juice, garlic, oregano, parsley and salt and pepper.
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“The result is these crunchy homemade crisps - and the best bit, they are quite literally cheap as chips”.
If you want to give this recipe a try, the foodie gave detailed step-by-step instructions of how to do so.
They said: “Wash and dry your potato peelings.
“Add 2 tsp smoked paprika, 1 tsp onion granules, 1 tsp garlic granules, 1 tsp oregano, ½ tsp salt (can add more) and ½ tsp pepper to your potatoes.
“Drizzle with olive oil and toss together with your hands.
“Air fry for approximately 5 mins at 200°C.
“For the dip mix 100ml of mayo, 2 tsp honey, 1 tsp lemon juice, ½ tsp grated garlic, 1½ tsp oregano, 1 tsp parsley & a pinch of salt & pepper”.
This snack hack video has clearly impressed many, as it has racked up a whopping 1.4million views.
It has 65k likes, 436 comments and 3,488 shares.
One person said: “I'll try that, thank you”.
Another added: “Just made these and WOW!”
A third commented: “OMG I DID THIS YESTERDAY THEY ARE ELITE”.
Someone else stated: “I need to get an air fryer”.
Another noted: “Lovely idea”.
Meanwhile, one person stated: “I peel them for a reason. Why would I want to cook the peel?” to which the foodie replied “Trust us, they taste amazing when you season and cook them!!”4The foodie shares a simple mayo recipe that is the perfect accompaniment for these crispsCredit: Tiktok Topics
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