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You are wrong - French Fries are not "French " fries

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…

from Ketchupp Blog

You are wrong - French Fries are not "French " fries

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…

from Ketchupp Blog

You are wrong - French Fries are not "French " fries

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…

from Scoop.it

Kyle Cherek discusses delicious variations of french fries

Kyle Cherek discusses delicious variations of french fries | Real ... How many types of fries can you name and how many types of sauce? Take a look at this video and discover which country French fries originated in (it is not France!) and find out which wine or beer tastes incredible with fries. This lighthearted look at fries is sure to delight you and make your mouth water.

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Traditonal French Fry. Did the French fries really come from France? The answer is no. The origin of the fry is technically South America, when the Incas first cultivated the coveted potato. Then, in come the Spanish, who conquered the Incan empire and brought potatoes back to Europe.(So yes, potatoes were first introduced to Europe from the Spanish, not the French or Belgians).

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from About.com Food

Chickpea Fries

Pannise- healthier version of french fries, made with Chickpea Flour originated in France

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from About.com Food

Chickpea Fries

Pannise- healthier version of french fries, made with Chickpea Flour originated in France

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