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    Anyone ever tried dipping your french fries in a frosty? McDonalds milkshakes aren't as good as a frosty tho, but Wendys frostys and fries together rock!
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  • #2
    Fries should be dipped in ketchup or bbq sauce.

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    • #3
      fries + bbq sauce = teh win!
      JM

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dalai
        Fries should be dipped in ketchup or bbq sauce.
        Although some prefer mayo.
        Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Salvage

          Although some prefer mayo.
          Ewwww...
          JM

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          • #6
            Vik..as sick as you are.. its not uncommon.. and its a hell of a lot better than those goofy french people dipping fries in MAYO! (How many heart attacks do you guys have per year?!)

            But different fries should be dipped in different sauces/dips. As far as wendy's fries.. I have enjoyed them dipped in the frosty.. But I think ketchup is best for all fast food fries. (McD, BK, Wendy, etc)

            As for other fry types:

            Seasoned fries should be dipped in ranch or mustard, or HONEY MUSTARD (mmmm.)
            Fresh cut fries are to be dipped in mustard
            Regular restaurant fries can be dipped in any of the above dips.
            Steak Fries/Home Fries should be dipped in A1 or BBQ sauce
            Gravy fries can be fun too.. but not too many meals in USA come with gravy and fries. Thats another weird french-canadian thing. Dhathief probably loves it!

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            • #7
              Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
              Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Salvage
                Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
                Yes it is, Salvage. It's a pure quebec meal.

                Edit : Poutine, I mean...

                Have you ever tasted it? It tastes GOOOOD! (I'm eating some right now )
                JM

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lurox
                  Originally posted by Salvage
                  Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
                  Yes it is, Salvage. It's a pure quebec meal.
                  Then why do I eat it? Why can I buy it at many(most) resaurants and chip trucks here?

                  I live in Ontario.
                  Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Salvage
                    Originally posted by Lurox
                    Originally posted by Salvage
                    Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
                    Yes it is, Salvage. It's a pure quebec meal.

                    Then why do I eat it?
                    Depends. Where are you?

                    The whole poutine concept was made in quebec, just so you know. Maybe it has been made elsewhere in Canada and north of the USA.
                    JM

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Lurox
                      Originally posted by Salvage
                      Originally posted by Lurox
                      Originally posted by Salvage
                      Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
                      Yes it is, Salvage. It's a pure quebec meal.

                      Then why do I eat it?
                      Depends. Where are you?
                      See my edit.
                      Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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                      • #12
                        Oh, then it's normal. Ontario has it, but Quebec created it.
                        JM

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Lurox
                          Originally posted by Salvage
                          Originally posted by Lurox
                          Originally posted by Salvage
                          Fries with gravy is not a French-Canadian thing. Nor is poutine, really.
                          Yes it is, Salvage. It's a pure quebec meal.

                          Then why do I eat it?
                          Depends. Where are you?

                          The whole poutine concept was made in quebec, just so you know. Maybe it has been made elsewhere in Canada and north of the USA.
                          I agree that it originated in Quebec, but it is not something specific to Quebec any longer.


                          <font size=1>edit: wtf, I spelled it Quebac throughout</font> <--But it says HTML is ON
                          Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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                          • #14
                            Not specific to Quebec, but 100% French-Canadian made!
                            JM

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Lurox
                              Not specific to Quebec, but 100% French-Canadian made!
                              And yummy!
                              Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia, n. See also Irony.

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