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Matt2000

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Never tried this as such, I mean as a Brit I've definitely had chip/fries with gravy or I would've been banished but I'm not sure about the curds. Everything else looks fantastic.

Your homemade chips (they're too thick to be fries :razz:) look beautiful by the way.
 

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Your homemade chips (they're too thick to be fries :razz:) look beautiful by the way.
Don't they look amazing?! That's why I had to ask how they got 'em that way.

OK, I'm curious now. What are everyone's definition of various ways to fry potatoes around the world?

If this is a derail, I can move to this the general food thread. :)

For me...

Potato Chips:
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Fries (due to the herbs, these are "fancy"):
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Frites - same as above but wrapped in a conical paper and comes standard with delicious creamy sauces 😜
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Steak Fries:
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Potato Wedges
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Waffle Fries:
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Another Italian Poutine night.

This time using store made sauce, but I added 2 Merguez sausages to my portion.

Sauce was not as good as our homemade one taste wise, but the texture was better (more homogeneous).



 
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