What goes on your fries?

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Re:What goes on your fries? 2011/08/27 12:13:51 (permalink)
I like salt, pepper, and granulated garlic on them.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2011/08/27 12:21:02 (permalink)
I like them with salt and malt vinegar.  If I am having the fries with a hot roast beef sandwich, then I really enjoy them with gravy.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/20 18:17:14 (permalink)
Cocktail Sauce.  Nothing better. 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/20 18:41:24 (permalink)
salt, for sure.  Ketchup is almost a must.  If at a brewpub, good malt vinegar is oftern available.
 
I'm definitely not among those who use ranch dressing....my wife does that for a special treat.  (for her only)  blech. 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/20 20:34:28 (permalink)
Sriracha Sauce.  What else? 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/20 21:26:19 (permalink)
Depending on where I'm eating the fries, And, if the fries are worth eating, gravy, ketchup or, tarter sauce.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/21 06:37:18 (permalink)
Nigerian Peppa sauce... a very hot but flavorful blend of a local red pepper, garlic and oil.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/21 09:31:03 (permalink)
I do twice fried fries (frites Belgium style) and I like to experiment with each batch.  Sometimes horseradish, ketchup, hot sauce, gravy, plain, BBQ sauce or anything else I can think up.  Sometimes it is a bust but so what, I can always make more.
 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/21 10:20:07 (permalink)
bwave

However you choose to eat your fries, never with crispy coating   BOYCOTT any restaurant that would dare serve such blasphemy!
French fries should be 100% potato only fried in oil, served hot with REGULAR salt  (not seasoned salt).

I like with vinegar, ketchup, A-1 or sweet and sour sauce.
Never with ranch!

Believe it or not, Burger King's new and improved french fries are REALLY good! That said, in western NY where I grew up, there was a local diner that had the best turkey gravy ever. You could get it on your fries, along with a cheeseburger you were in heaven! I really like good malt vinegar on fries, as well.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/21 10:51:49 (permalink)
Salt, pepper, Heinz Ketchup, and (if available) malt vinegar.  (One of the many reasons I am a fan of Five Guys - they provide malt vinegar). 
 
One of the tastiest things I've ever had on fries is Sauce Bearnaise - the "ketchup" of Denmark.  When we go to a steakhouse here in Dallas, that is my "potato" of choice.
post edited by MetroplexJim - 2012/01/21 15:39:50
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/01/21 14:05:12 (permalink)
Personally salt...maybe ketchup. My daughter likes to dip hers into a vanilla shake. I have a good friend at work who orders fries and mashed with gravy...she dips her fries into the mashed with gravy...its pretty good.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/14 16:47:06 (permalink)
Ok, I found this guy on youtube, he made me laugh so much I subscribed to his channel.  Shopdogsam . This vid about a french fry dip is mind boggling, would anyone try this?  He mixes marshmallow cream and yellow mustard.  Hopefully I can post this link.
 
http://www.youtube.com/wa...BCC1F7BD9&index=72
post edited by pineyhill - 2012/12/15 11:00:27
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/14 16:48:52 (permalink)
He also has a good one on fried bologna sammich.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/14 18:22:34 (permalink)
We've got a place in Dallas that sprinkles finely chopped fresh garlic and parsley over their (excellent) fries. They're fantastic. Especially with their garlic laced creamy Italian dipping sauce.

ATT: MetroplexJim:  Farnatchi is 2 doors down from Fadi's in Knox Village. And they're BYOB!
 
http://www.farnatchi.com/Farnatchi_Home.html
post edited by Twinwillow - 2012/12/14 19:16:30
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/14 18:55:26 (permalink)
I had some fries at a restaurant called Dr. Dawgs-a wonderful garlic/ butter sauce. Best I have had in years.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/14 19:08:59 (permalink)
I'm not a big Fry eater, but many times it's just salt.  other times it will be catsup, or mayo.. 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 08:04:14 (permalink)
Melted chedar cheese with hot chopped green chili's
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 08:59:44 (permalink)
Malt vinegar
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 09:46:03 (permalink)
Twinwillow

We've got a place in Dallas that sprinkles finely chopped fresh garlic and parsley over their (excellent) fries. They're fantastic. Especially with their garlic laced creamy Italian dipping sauce.

ATT: MetroplexJim:  Farnatchi is 2 doors down from Fadi's in Knox Village. And they're BYOB!

http://www.farnatchi.com/Farnatchi_Home.html


Thanks (yet again!). 
 
Mrs. Metro and I will visit over Christmas break.  I'll bring a quart of Coors Light; as you know, Mrs. Metro - (despite and even though she wasn't allowed to drive until she came to the U.S. for grad school!) - is the perfect "designated driver".  She'll be having water, no ice.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 12:25:49 (permalink)
Jim, they do a really nice peach iced tea for Mrs. Metro.
 
 
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 18:10:22 (permalink)
For most of my life, I enjoyed them either on their own, with ketchup, malt vinegar, sometimes mayonnaise. In November, 2011, though, I discovered Disco Fries...
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 21:35:20 (permalink)
Salt & Pepper on the fries. I am finally at the point when I can resist the urge to scream STOP when I see people putting any kind of sauce on fries. Progress.

With fries a hollandaise or sauce from Mr. Peter Luger works.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 22:43:24 (permalink)
Peter Luger? Didn't he invent a semi-automatic 9mm Parabellum pistol?
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/15 22:51:30 (permalink)
I'll ask my Father. He is a gun collector.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 10:08:07 (permalink)
Michael, Peter Luger packs one in every steak, they are about $90 each. I'll be going back for another in June................
 

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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 10:32:30 (permalink)
I just happen to be eating leftover fries this AM for breakfast! Covered in lemon pepper - YUM. But I also like ketchup, ketchup mixed with mayo, ranch, any kind of cheese sauce, chili.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 10:35:57 (permalink)
Right on with the Lemon Pepper.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 10:41:41 (permalink)
There's a new trend of coating french fries with some kind of a batter.  The only thing this accomplishes is reducing my intake of french fries.  I love fries, but won't eat them "coated".  It's just awful.  
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 11:01:21 (permalink)
While my usual fry coating of choice is malt vinegar and ketchup, I've also enjoyed them with Salsa Golf and even hummus and tahini, (when I lived in Israel). I'm willing to try almost anything, if it adds to the flavour.
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Re:What goes on your fries? 2012/12/16 18:08:07 (permalink)
A mixture of Cholulu, mayo, ketchup and some salt.  Thats all.
 
The best fries I ever had was in Germany, France and Belgium.  They were twice fried and that is the way I always do them now.
 
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