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French fries (American English), chips (British English), fries, finger chips (Indian English), .... One enduring origin story holds that French fries were invented by street vendors on the Pont Neu...

The History of French Fries - Today I Found Out

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Sep 23, 2010 ... Among other things, they found in the native's food stuffs potatoes, .... According to many of the “Belgian origin” supporters, French fries are ...

Why French Fries Aren't French But We Label Them As So | The Kitchn

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Sep 28, 2010 ... We all know that French fries aren't really French, so why do we call them as such ? ... The thicker cut fries (or as some may know them as steak fries) are typically called chips, which are ... All we know is that they're extra tasty!

France or Belgium: Who invented french fries? - NY Daily News

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Jan 1, 2013 ... "Fries, they are the orphan of street cooking, of low birth. That is ... This Paris origin theory has a long history and has been widely accepted and ...

History of the Chip | Culture & Chips

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The expression “French Fried Potatoes” first occurs in print in English in the 1856 ... One enduring origin story holds that French Fries were invented by street ...

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Jan 7, 2013 ... Learn about the history of French fries. Ahh... the good old French fries. Just because of the name, their origin story isn't any simpler. It is not ...

How did the term French Fries originate? - Quora

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Frenching has many meanings, but for the purpose of this question it is the technique of cutting ... If you ask someone in France what french fries are, they'll probably say they never heard of it. ... people started to think "french fried potatoes" are just too darned hard to say, so they just called them "french fri...

Etymology of "French fries" - English Language & Usage Stack ...

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Mar 24, 2014 ... During WWI the allied soldiers tasted French fries in Wallonia, ... Frites spread to America where they were called French fried potatoes.

The Straight Dope: What's the origin of French fries?

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Sep 2, 2002 ... Dear Straight Dope: How did French fries get their name, and where did they originate? — Benjamin Schultz. First, it's important not to confuse ...

Why are French fries called - Askville - Amazon.com

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Do French Fries Really Come From France? | Wonderopolis

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The origins of the French fry have been traced back to Belgium, where historians ... claim; origin; lore; nickname; decade; preference; local; fish; river; source ...

Are French Fries Truly French? | National Geographic | The Plate

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Jan 8, 2015 ... Alternatively, French fries really were French, first sold by street vendors on Paris's Pont Neuf in the 1780s. Or they may even be Spanish, since ...

The Secret History of French Fries - Stim

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If you're like most Americans, when you think French fries, you think McDonald's. ... In England they are called "chips," in France "pommes frites" (which means, ...