F is for fries.
I’m kinda stuck for an “F”post, so I thought I would take the Fool’s way out and post Fotos of Fries. Lame I know, but I challenge you not to crave fries–or chips for my British friends!
America – Fries & Ketchup!
Canadian – Poutine
Britain -Chips & Brown Sauce
What’s your favourite way to eat fries?
11 thoughts on “Fries – A to Z Challenge”
Hmm…I’m pretty sure it’s salt and vinegar for the Brits! It’s almost 10 years since I moved to the UK and I haven’t seen chips smothered in brown sauce…although I am avoiding brown sauce as much as I can.
I love fries with mustard.
You’re probably right. I haven’t been there in years, but I do remember working in pub that served brown sauce with fries/chips! Nonetheless, I don’t care for brown sauce! With mustard?!?! Sounds interesting! I’ll try it!
What exactly is poutine? I’ve been to Canada many times, along the eastern part: Ottowa, Montreal, Quebec, and I never tried it. Looks gooey and good. Lucy
It’s fries, cheese curds, and gravy!! It’s super salty and delicious and not good for you!! Try it!
Try and find that in Florida. The best fries are at McDonalds. I do like waffle fries and sweet potato fries and tater tots. Great, now I’m craving fries and it’s too late to go out. Lovely. Lucy
Sorry! I like sweet potato fries as well! And who doesn’t dig a tater tot!
You should start a poutine trend in Florida. I’m sure there’s enough snowbirds down there to appreciate it!
We are over run with snowbirds. They even have a Canadian clinic that takes their insurance near where I live. They’ll be leaving soon. When they’re here the traffic situation is awful. Then the summer tourists come.
When I moved to Australia, I was surprised to see people enjoy gravy over chips. I’m a salt vinegar and tomato sauce or mayo type of girl. Yiam.
Mayo is delicious with fries though not super common in Canada! Poutine is killer! If you haven’t tried it, do so! Me, I like anything with fries except brown sauce!!