It’s high time that we stop calling fries as French fries. It’s one of those very few things, French can’t stake their claim on . The origins of French fries have been traced bac…

It’s high time that we stop calling fries as French fries. It’s one of those very few things, French can’t stake their claim on . The origins of French fries have been traced bac…

It’s high time that we stop calling fries as French fries. It’s one of those very few things, French can’t stake their claim on . The origins of French fries have been traced bac…

The origin of French fries is debatable, but Belgians claim them as their own. Fries come with almost every meal, or you can easily make them a meal on their own. Every French fry shop has a large selection of dipping sauces so that each diner can customize the fries to their taste.

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Crispy beer battered onion rings. These are excellent. I have been making them for years...got the recipe originally from Woman's Day magazine, a column called Men Cook, back around 1976! Slice them thin and knock off excess batter on the side of the bowl. They fry up quickly. Extremely crisp. Used to make these when having company and frying seafood and everyone loved them.

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Fry Sauce originated in Utah and is mostly unheard of outside of Utah and Nevada. This regional cult condiment resembles a thick Thousand Island dressing. Mainly used as a dipping sauce for French fries, Fry Sauce also turns fried onion rings, shrimp cocktail, egg salad, corned beef sandwiches and hamburgers into something special.The original Fry Sauce was invented around 1950 by the Arctic Circle fast food chain. Their recipe is a guarded secret and uses mayonnaise as the primary ...

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