Looks like poutine to me, a fairly common dish up here in Canada. So fattening, but so good. Now I think I may have to have some tonight.
I wish we had Belgian friet stands here…
Are those Freedom Fries, or is it a poutine? Can’t tell if those are cheese curds I see, or just a weird lighting thing. #voilà pourquoi t’es gros(se)
or belgian and that’s mayo.
That looks like poutine to me — one gastronomic horror we can blame on our friends to the north. Canada has much to answer for.
If we send down some maple butter, will that make it better?
Throw in some Kinder Eggs and ketchup flavored potato chips and we’ve got a deal.
Poutine is the greatest thing ever. I apologize for nothing!
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Those look like those disgusting sweet potato fries.
This is a common treat in Europe. They half-fry the taters, then sit them up on a rack. When you order, they put them in hotter oil to finish frying. Crispy outside, soft tasty creamy inside. If you’ve ever made home fries and had one that fell back into the oil, but didn’t burn…well, kinda like that. They you pick from a number of tasty toppings (ketchup is NOT offered, typically), then…NOM NOM NOM NOM
Keep feeding me these and I’ll just sit over here and execute myself.
Freedom Fries? Nope. Poutine.
Late reaction, but I present to you The Kapsalon: . That picture on Wikipedia doesn’t do it any justice. At all. A fresh salad on top, who are they kidding?
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