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.
French fries (American English), chips (British English), fries, finger chips (Indian
English), .... In Belgium, fries are sold in shops called friteries (French), frietkot/
frituur (Dutch), or Fritü...
Sep 23, 2010 ... Once discovered/invented French fries became extremely popular in .... The fries
were called “Les frites” (which is French) by the Belgians and ...
Despite its name, the French fry is not French. The origins of the French fry have
been traced back to Belgium, where historians claim potatoes were being fried ...
Jan 8, 2015 ... Stefan Bohnenberger is famed for having made a cross of gold from a pair of
French fries. Titled “Pommes d'Or,” the crossed fries were ...
Sep 28, 2010 ... We all know that French fries aren't really French, so why do we call ... (or as
some may know them as steak fries) are typically called chips, ...
If you're like most Americans, when you think French fries, you think McDonald's.
... variety of specialized fries shops, called, in Belgium "frietkots" or "fritures".
Jan 2, 2017 ... The French, Spanish, and Belgians all claim that they were the sole inventor of
fries. Belgian fry lovers claim that they're called “French fries” ...
It is debatable whether French fries originated in France or Belgium. Belgian
history indicates that French fries were created in the 1700s in the Wallonie
Jul 18, 2014 ... Should they even be called ”French” fries? Belgians claim to have invented ”
Frites” and there is an ongoing disagreement between the Belgium ...