Sunday, 12 July 2020

FRENCH FRIES DAY (13 July) | Today Special Day.


French fries day

Today 13 July is observed as French Fries Day. This is a very special day for those who love to eat French Fries. This day is to celebrate this delicious food option that we have. When it comes to tastiest french fries everyone have their own best choice.

French is one of easiest dish to make, it comes in many varieties. French fries is basically sliced potatoes which is deep fried in oil and served hot with sauce, ketchup, mayonnaise.

History of French Fries

French fries are mainly originated from Belgium. History of french fries takes us to a story in which in 1680 people of Meuse vally, Netherlands (now day belgium) had custom of catching small fishes and frying. In summer day its easy to fishing but in winter day river was frozen and make it hazardous to fishing. So, at time they used to slice potatoes and fry it. At that time this alternative dish does not have any name.

The French fries get its name during World war 1. At that time when American, Britishers Soilders arrived to belgium they give fried potatoes as food. So, french was since native language of belgium. So, the named that dish as French Fries.

Moving forward to now days french fries is the one of most popular dish in the world. Its recipe is so easy that anyone can cook it.

Top varieties of french fries

  • Carne asada fries.
  • Cheese fries.
  • Chile fries.
  • Chilli cheese fries.
  • Chorrillana.
  • Crinkle cut fries.
  • Curry chips.
  • Dirty fries.
  • Oven fries.
  • Potato wedges.
  • Steak fries.
  • Sweet potato fries.
  • Tornado fries.
  • Waffle fries.

Intresting Facts on French Fries

  • McDonald's headquater in Illions have fry tasting rooms.
  • Burger King changed its french fries recipe in 2011 for the first time.
  • Thomas Jefferson was the first person brings french fries in America.
  • Frietmuseum is a french fry museum in Belgium.
  • The world's longest curly fry was found at an Arby's measured 38 inch long.

Activities and Celebration

  • Visit a restaurant and try diferent varieties of french fries and find out your favourite.
  • Try to make it at home and enjoy.
  • Use social media to join celebration by using #frenchfriesday.

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So, this is all about today's special day. Don't miss any special day.

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