National French Fries Day (14th July).

French fries originate in France, not Belgium. Enjoy the crunchy goodness of this beloved treat on July 14, National French Fries Day.

French fries are the staple food of restaurants and restaurants and are often served alongside hamburgers and cheeseburgers. It’s a simple dish made with potatoes and maybe a little salt, and it’s one of the most popular dishes in the world.
Today they celebrate by making it at home or eating it in restaurants. French fries, according to most rumors, were invented in Belgium in the late 1600s.

French fries come in many flavors such as curly fries, waffle fries, crinkle fries, and steak fries. Chips are usually fried in lard or vegetable oil, but can also be baked in the oven. Commercial fries are usually frozen, pre-cut, and partially cooked.
French fries are usually eaten with condiments. While ketchup is preferred in the USA, mayonnaise is widely used in Europe and malt vinegar is widely used in England.

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