Where Did French Fries Get Their Name?


French fries got their name from the Belgians. The Belgians used to fry up thin strips of potatoes in the Meuse Valley that was located between the Dinant and the Liège. They later nicknamed them 'French Fries'.
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The name French Fries is a shortened version of french-fried potatoes. French-frying is a cooking technique, and does not refer to the national origin of the food, which is originally from Belgium.
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