Beefy Boxes and Bandwidth Generously Provided by pair Networks
Come for the quick hacks, stay for the epiphanies.

Fries are best with...

by vroom (His Eminence)
on Mar 05, 2002 at 06:33 UTC ( #149295=poll: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Vote on this poll

[bar] 138/23%
[bar] 21/3%
[bar] 75/12%
Miracle Whip
[bar] 6/1%
Ranch dressing
[bar] 23/4%
Salt and pepper
[bar] 29/5%
Just salt
[bar] 79/13%
[bar] 34/6%
[bar] 27/4%
[bar] 11/2%
Chili and cheese
[bar] 51/8%
A bacon double cheeseburger
[bar] 119/19%
613 total votes
Replies are listed 'Best First'.
Re: Fries are best with...
by Albannach (Monsignor) on Mar 05, 2002 at 14:09 UTC
    What? No poutine?

    I'll also take this opportunity to curse the nasty trend towards battered or coated fries. They are a vile and hideous creation and worse they make me wonder what the vendors are trying to hide underneath. I long for the good old days when places like Harvey's actually peeled their own potatoes in a machine right next to the deep friar, but no more.

    I'd like to be able to assign to an luser

      I, too, looked for poutine on this list and was disappointed.

      Jeff[japhy]Pinyan: Perl, regex, and perl hacker, who'd like a (from-home) job
      s++=END;++y(;-P)}y js++=;shajsj<++y(p-q)}?print:??;

      But according to your link, we'd then have to change the title to "Fries are best in..." (which still works for many of the choices but not as well, especially for "salt and pepper") (:

              - tye (yes, I'll take some poutine and a side of fries)
        Not really, it could say "Fries are best with... Gravy and Cheddar Curds!" mmmm, Poutine....want some please...

        "Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!
      I agree the machines that peeled the potatoes and then turned them into a slinky like think which was then cut and cooked. They were the best! Choose your own sauce.
        On the West Coast, In 'n Out Burgers still slices potatoes into fries on-site. I think they're only out here, though.

        --Brent Dax
        There is no sig.

      Silly Canadians, they actually showed this on MTV (probably the only thing I ever learned on it, not that I watched all that much).

      perl -pe "s/\b;([st])/'\1/mg"

        Silly Canadians, they actually showed this on MTV (probably the only thing I ever learned on it, not that I watched all that much).
        Um, MTV is American... and I am skeptical that MTV could even find Canada on a map ;-) (that jab directed only at MTV, not the USA).

        Update: OK I see how belg4mit's statement could be interpreted either way. Thanks for correcting me. Incidentally, while on the topic of poutine, you have to go to Quebec to get good poutine. Otherwise, salt & vinegar is the way to go. :^)


Re: Fries are best with...
by herveus (Prior) on Mar 05, 2002 at 15:37 UTC

    *grumble* Where's the 'malt vinegar' option?

    Can't have boardwalk fries without malt vinegar...



      Whoever created this poll certainly wasn't from Canada.


        Here here!!!!! Chips positively beg to be doused in vinegar (I prefer white vineger over malt) and lots of salt. Pepper too if you like. Your doctor may not agree of course ;-)


        Nor from the right side of the Mississippi.

        It's called Helman's over there, not Miracle Whip.

        Of course, *you* know that.

      I too noticed the lack of the "vinegar" option. Not that I would have selected it - even the barest sniff of that sour brew makes my face wrinkle in disgust.

      I did see one person once pour ORANGE JUICE into a cardboard bucket of chips (fries), after they had added salt, vinegar and tomato sauce (not ketchup- it wasn't in the US).

Re: Fries are best with...
by ignatz (Vicar) on Mar 05, 2002 at 13:08 UTC
      chili cheese fries make the world go round! If it weren't for chili cheese fries I would be passed out in the gutter somewhere in El Paso wondering why it was I was hundreds of miles from my home.


      ok so not really, but they are mighty tasty.

      "work it harder make it better do it faster makes us stronger more than ever hour after our work is never over."
Re: Fries are best with...
by Juerd (Abbot) on Mar 05, 2002 at 12:12 UTC
    It says I have already voted, but I really, really have not on this one. It's the first time I see it...

    Fries are best with mayo, curry and onion. (called speciaal (special) over here, but I don't think that's an international thing)

    ++ vs lbh qrpbqrq guvf hfvat n ge va Crey :)
    Nabgure bar vs lbh qvq fb jvgubhg ernqvat n znahny svefg.
    -- vs lbh hfrq OFQ pnrfne ;)
        - Whreq

      Yeah where's the Curry Sauce on there :) Of course that is with 'chips' which are largely distinct from 'fries' ;-}


        Microchips? ;)

        What are chips, and what are fries? I thought they were the same thing, but apparently they're not.

        ++ vs lbh qrpbqrq guvf hfvat n ge va Crey :)
        Nabgure bar vs lbh qvq fb jvgubhg ernqvat n znahny svefg.
        -- vs lbh hfrq OFQ pnrfne ;)
            - Whreq

        I would like to have receipre of curry sause please. my email addres is Farhan
      never tried it but sounds good!!!!
      Yes, where's the curry option? ~heise2k~
Re: Fries are best with...
by robot_tourist (Hermit) on Mar 05, 2002 at 12:32 UTC

    I like ketchup, vinegar and salt with my chips, but with no option for this i had to go with only salt. My dad makes the best chips ever! btw, in Northern Ireland, we have the best potatoes and they are known as prootas where I live.

    Idea for future vote, what's the best fat to fry your chips in? Vegetable or sunflower oil is acceptable, but the best has to be real lard.

    I have a wiry brain/each eye a camera. Robot Tourist, by Ten Benson

Re: Fries are best with...
by Chady (Priest) on Mar 05, 2002 at 08:10 UTC
    Update: New monks, to reply, click on the link above (Comment on Fries are best with...) not the link on the right (Reply).

    You have to try our lebanese potatoes... you only need salt. (here's a free ad)

    He who asks will be a fool for five minutes, but he who doesn't ask will remain a fool for life.

    Chady |
      hrm.. where's the 'I don't like fries option?' hehe..

      Well, personally I was thinking with coronary heart disease but that's just my macabre sense of humour kicking in.


      "A nerd is someone who knows the difference between a compiled and an interpreted language, whereas a geek is a person who can explain it cogently over a couple of beers"
             - Elgon

Re: Fries are best with...
by shadox (Priest) on Mar 05, 2002 at 16:13 UTC
    Here, (Costa Rica) we usually eat fries with ketchup and mayo, (right Chainsaw and NAstyed). For me, i love fries, but _REAL_ fries , not that things some people call fries and nobody knows what they really are, but real fries with chili and cheese are the best ( for me ).
    Dreams they just disapear into the shadows,
    then they become true....

Re: Fries are best with...
by silent11 (Vicar) on Mar 05, 2002 at 16:28 UTC
    Not all fries are the same, nauturally, fries are best with a double bacon burger with jalapeños, but what do you dip the fries in??? well that ,my friend, depends on where you are eating them!

    my %fries = ( "TGI Friday's" => "hot bacon mustard or honey mustard", "Chilli's" => "honey mustard", "McDonalds" => "ketchup" "Burger King" => "ketchup", "Sonic" => "plain", "Willie's Ice House" => "ranch cuz the honey mustard tastes funny", "Steak House" => "you don't eat fries with steak! you eat garlic mashe +d potatos", "KFC" => "well, they call them potato wedges, and they are fine plane" +, "Wendy's" => "katchup", "What-a-Burger" => "fancy katchup" );
      whataburger......if only the rest of the country knew what they were missing....fancy ketchup is ok, but nothing beats chili and cheese fries (or tots) from james coney island ^Rob^
Fries are Belgian ...
by johanvdb (Beadle) on Mar 05, 2002 at 16:41 UTC
    Hi, Fries, also called 'french fries', are a Belgian speciality, but not the only speciality luckily! Do not let the name 'french fries' delute you, it comes from WWI when American soldiers got served 'fries' on the front, they did not know the difference between French and Belgian ;-) Anyway, we consume fries with mayonaise ... J.
Re: Fries are best with...
by Chainsaw (Friar) on Mar 05, 2002 at 17:14 UTC
    Well as shadox said, here we usually eat the fries with some mayo and ketchup, but I prefrer my fries with a little of chilli or melted cheese. Specially if I'm seeing T.V or a movie.

    God help me always to see the other face of the coin. And prevent me from accusing of betrayal those who don't think just as I do.
Re: Fries are best with...
by snellm (Monk) on Mar 07, 2002 at 16:34 UTC
    ObQuote from Pulp Fiction:

    Vincent: Well, in Amsterdam, you can buy beer in a movie theatre. And I don't mean in a paper cup either. They give you a glass of beer, like in a bar. In Paris, you can buy beer at MacDonald's. Also, you know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?

    Jules: They don't call it a Quarter Pounder with Cheese?

    Vincent: No, they got the metric system there, they wouldn't know what the fuck a Quarter Pounder is.

    Jules: What'd they call it?

    Vincent: Royale with Cheese.

    Jules: Royale with Cheese. What'd they call a Big Mac?

    Vincent: Big Mac's a Big Mac, but they call it Le Big Mac.

    Jules: What do they call a Whopper?

    Vincent: I dunno, I didn't go into a Burger King. But you know what they put on french fries in Holland instead of ketchup?

    Jules: What?

    Vincent: Mayonnaise.

    Jules: Goddamn!

    Vincent: I seen 'em do it. And I don't mean a little bit on the side of the plate, they fuckin' drown 'em in it.

    -- Michael Snell

Re: Fries are best with...
by mt2k (Hermit) on Mar 06, 2002 at 03:53 UTC
    Well, I had to pick "With cheese and chilly" simply because chilly was the closest thing on the list to gravy.

    What about poutine people? Fries + Salt + Cheese + Gravy = Yummy! (Well, when you work at McDonald's - remember that I'm 16 years old - half priced food is nice)

    Anyway yeah, I'm eating a bowl of my poutine right now, so I think this was a really odd question to as right now =8-)

Re: Fries are best with...
by beppu (Hermit) on Mar 05, 2002 at 19:19 UTC
    damn you perlmonks!!! You're making me hungry... <<stomach grumbling.....

    Anyway: I used to live in Utah, and I thought the ketchup+mayo combo was funky in the beginning, but it actually tasted alright.

    However, my favorite way to eat fries is to use Marinara sauce. Either that or Mushroom and Garlic Pasta Sauce (Barilla being my brand of choice). I'm a sucker for the Italian flavors. You just can't go wrong with them.

    ---=] that's my 2 scalars [=---
Re: Fries are best with...
by talexb (Chancellor) on Mar 05, 2002 at 20:16 UTC
    Beef gravy! C'mon, that's the best!

    --t. alex

    "There was supposed to be an earth-shattering kaboom!" --Marvin the Martian

Re: Fries are best with...
by ellem (Hermit) on Mar 05, 2002 at 14:25 UTC


    What is mayo even made of? Lard and Vinegar? Bleah.
    There's more than one way to do it, just don't use my way.
      A lot of people here (my $here = "Utah";) mix one part mayo with one part ketchup to make what they call "Fry Sauce."

      It's actually not bad. I'm guessing there are people in other places do it too, but I don't live other places so it's hard for me to say. ;-)
        Here in sunny NYC we call that "Fraunch Dressing" we drink it with "Peru" ;)
        There's more than one way to do it, just don't use my way.
        That mixture can be bought in jars, labelled "seafood sauce" or "seafood dressing". It's used to make prawn cocktail (Do you have that in Utah?) but anyone who knows makes it the way you do.

        -- iakobski

        I can confirm that we too in the far reaches of Las Vegas also eat fry sauce. Mmmm... fry sauce... I like the excitment of ordering fry sauce in a different place to see what extra ingridient they will mix in. (BBQ sauce, relish, "assorted spices")
        This makes me laugh to read - my wife went to BYU, and one time we were at dinner with some of our friends from Utah when one asked for some fry sauce - I'd never heard of it, and got this really confused look on my face and my wife just started laughing at me.

        Fry sauce is actually one of my favorite options, although I voted for the bacon double cheeseburger. ;)

        And that poutine stuff sounds just nasty. <shudders>

        Arctic Circle used to give little packets (like Sweet & Sour Sauce cups at KFC) called "Fry Sauce". Damn that stuff is good (you have to mix it in just the right consistancy and with the right ingredients -- not just random stuff that you have lying in the ice box).

        Too bad Arctic Circle is gone.

        When I worked in a Japanese restaurant we made a wing sauce much like that...
        Ketchup, mayo, about 50 50, add tabasco and paprika to taste.
        Hum, I used to put that on salads and call it thousand-islandless (in reference to the fact that if it also had pickle relish it would be thousand island dressing.)
      Mayo is actualy an egg and oil (I believe it's only the yellow part of the egg - not sure - help!?)

      A righthanded-lefthand....
      "Field experience is something you don't get until just after you need it."
        In a cooking class, I learned to make mayonnaise with egg yolks, walnut oil, and wine vinegar. Mustard and garlic are excellent additions.

        Which was kind of a shock, because I had previously assumed that mayonnaise was one of the basic elements of the universe: earth, wind, fire, and mayonnaise.


        1 tbsp mustard (english is good) salt & pepper 2 egg yolks 1 1/4 cups oil (olive, sunflower..) 1 tbsp vinegar (white is good) * Beat together mustard, salt, pepper, and yolks. * Add oil a few drops at a time, beating into the egg mixture until fluffy (add until you have no more oil left or are bored) * Add vinegar a few drops at a time, beating into the egg and oil mixture until fluffy. This will cause the mixture to lighten in colour and smell and taste as mayonaise should. More vinegar can be added to taste. * Use within 5 days.

      The basic traditional ingredients are oil, eggs and salt. Then you add lemon juice or vinegar, and seasonings like paprika or mustard powder to taste. And it needs to be refrigerated.

      If you're squirting it from a plastic bottle, and it looks like jelly and tastes like acid, then it is not proper mayonnaise. Or it's gone off :-)

Re: Fries are best with...
by guha (Priest) on Mar 06, 2002 at 15:24 UTC

    Everything goes with Heinz ketchup!

    I would like to change the world but God won't let me have the source code.
Re: Fries are best with...
by thelenm (Vicar) on Mar 05, 2002 at 17:17 UTC
    Out here in Utah, we have something called "fry sauce" (which was new to me when I moved here, since I'm from Michigan)... it's ketchup mixed with mayonnaise. Nowadays I get fry sauce whenever I can, but when it's not available, ketchup is a fine substitute.
      Yeah yeah yeah, heard it when I was there. And if the mayo wasn't weird enough it's also pretty common to eat them in a thin spaghetti sauce.

      I miss french fry sandwiches though, "pain tzigane avec americain fort". A baguette filled with fries, some fried thing, and a sauce in this case "americain fort", a slightly spicy thousand island-ish sauce sans relish. and then they give you a small flat plastic pitchfork no larger than a silver dollar to eat it with.

      perl -pe "s/\b;([st])/'\1/mg"

Re: Fries are best with...
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 05, 2002 at 17:42 UTC
    What about with horseradish & ketchup?

    This vote really could have had hundreds of condiments to choose from.....

    Barbecue sauce?

    Sweet hot mustard? (French's---ack!)

    Some people like them with malted vinegar!

    And hey! What about TARTAR SAUCE!!!??? Mmmmmmm.......


      In a blind taste test, tartar sauce was indistiguishable from CowboyNeal.

Re: Fries are best with...
by Maclir (Curate) on Mar 07, 2002 at 15:49 UTC
    I think we have to set the scene correctly here.

    Location: The Watson's Bay pub, on Sydney Harbour. (Australia, by the way)

    Time: A warm summer's day, just after noon.

    View: Looking west over the blue expanse of Sydney Harbour, the sailing boats racing on the water, a green and yellow Manly Ferry plying its course between the City and Manly.

    Food: Fresh fried fish, that you know was swimming on the ocean only hours before, and obtained from the Seafood Markets earlier that morning. The fish is lightly battered in crisp beer batter.

    Beverage: A schooner (note for non-Aussies - a large, 15oz glass) of cold beer, either VB, Tooheys, or Hahn Ice.

    That, my monkish friends, is how to eat chips (fries if you must).

Re: Fries are best with...
by belg4mit (Prior) on Mar 05, 2002 at 22:17 UTC
    Mustard + Tobasco

    perl -pe "s/\b;([st])/'\1/mg"

(crazyinsomniac) Re: Fries are best with...
by crazyinsomniac (Prior) on Mar 06, 2002 at 00:35 UTC
Re: Fries are best with...
by mr_mischief (Monsignor) on Mar 06, 2002 at 02:17 UTC
    Fries are certainly best served on a plate on top of a piece of toasted bread and a meat of your choice (mine is usually spicy chicken in a Buffalo wing type sauce or Italian beef) and under a cheese and white wine sauce (I prefer white cheese, but yellow is okay and fairly popular). In central Illinois, this is known as a horseshoe, and a half order is therefore known as a ponyshoe. It was invented in the state capital, Springfield, which is where I've lived for the past couple of years. It's a must-have local specialty when you visit.

    BTW, a Breakfast Horseshoe is toast, pork sausage patty and/or bacon, hashbrowns, and sausage gravy, (preferably with lots of black pepper and/or pepper sauce in my case).

    Because this was not an option, I had to point out that whatever you eat is better when dining with CowboyNeal (or so I've heard, because we've never actually met, but I'd love to have someone new come to visit).
My order
by very empty (Scribe) on Mar 06, 2002 at 09:37 UTC
    I would like to have a bacon double with tomatoes, onions, ketchup and mayo, a big portion of fries with salt and malt vinegar, a coke and a vanilla icecream afterwards.

    Please serve it right here at my homebase terminal. :)
Re: Fries are best with...
by Phaysis (Pilgrim) on Mar 06, 2002 at 11:02 UTC
    Uh, Cowboy Neal!

    Um, wait, uh, sorry. That's a vote for a bacon double cheeseburger. Ohh yes.


    (Ph) Phaysis
    If idle hands are the tools of the devil, are idol tools the hands of god?

Re: Fries are best with...
by screamingeagle (Curate) on Mar 05, 2002 at 20:01 UTC
    believe it or not, i used to get a splitting headache if i even smelt French Fries... i still cant eat any, though my headaches are gone...
      Fries once saved my life!!

      Once, I was sitting in a restaurant in Downtown Asheville, NC, beautiful little city BTW. I was minding my own binnis talking with some friends, when all of the sudden I heard a loud crashing and a whole lot of screaming. When I jumped up startled, trying to figure out what happened, I looked behind me, and about 4 feet away was a homeless looking man, with an old rusty 22 pistol in hand. He was squirming around on the ground, covered in food, and underneath his feet were a coupla fries and some Ketchup that a child had dropped!! So I take this pole personally and say, COVER THOSE FRIES, MAKE UM MORE SLIPPERY! Not that he would have done anything, and I probably would have laughed the whole robbery experience off. However, I came to appreciate those fried little potato wonders a bit more after that.

      -- Yes, I am a criminal. My crime is that of defyance.
Re: Fries are best with...
by wardk (Deacon) on Mar 05, 2002 at 20:57 UTC
    the best answer is of course among:
  • Red Tail
  • Winterhook
  • Snow Cap
  • Fat Tire
  • Pike Place Ale
  • Mirror Pond
  • Chinook
Re: Fries are best with...
by Zo (Scribe) on Mar 05, 2002 at 21:15 UTC
    What about "Disco Fries"?...
    Here in the beautiful state of New Jersey, (yes there are beautiful parts, not just the home of the 'Toxic Avenger')... "Disco Fries" are greasy fries from a diner smothered in cheese with a side of gravy (yup, like turkey gravy) for dipping.

    or shall I dare say I love Mc'D's supersized french fries!!!
Re: Fries are best with...
by iza (Monk) on Mar 06, 2002 at 14:52 UTC
    where's VINEGAR ? that's the only thing that can make fries tasty (too bad i have to cross the channel to get some ! please english fellows, come and open fish & chips on the continent and don't forget to bring that malt vinegar ppppleeeeaaaaase)
Re: Fries are best with...
by cecil36 (Pilgrim) on Mar 07, 2002 at 04:41 UTC
    For some reason that is unknown even to me, I like dipping my fries in McDonalds BBQ sauce. It's a shame that you can get BBQ sauce only when you order Chicken McNuggets.

    added 3/8/02: I forgot to mention that I'm easy prey for cheese fries. Can't resist having shredded cheese melted on top of those fries (don't forget the bacon bits), and ranch dressing to dip it in.
      I don't know what McDonald's you go to...

      Come to the one at 22nd Street and Ave. W. in Saskatoon, Sk., Canada, and I will hook you up with some free sauce when I'm working ;)
      (Sorry, fries must be paid for... and I'll think about whether or not free vinegar is permitted.)

Re: Fries are best with...sauce!
by BazB (Priest) on Mar 06, 2002 at 22:33 UTC

    Not just sauce, but sauce.
    Brown sauce - not HP Brown Sauce - sauce.

    It's most definitely an Edinburgh thing.
    As far as I can tell, nowhere else in Scotland, nevermind the rest of the UK, has the particular sauce that is sauce.

    Fish supper (including the chips) with salt an' sauce.

    MMmmmm. All washed down with Irn Bru.

Re: Fries are best with...
by jynx (Priest) on Mar 05, 2002 at 18:59 UTC

    Since everyone else is chiming in, here's the ultimate recipe, clearly IMHO only as it seems people are about as willing to agree on fry dipping sauces as pizza toppings.

    Take a fry, dip it in mustard, wrap a pickle slice around it, dip that in ketchup. enjoy :)

    Without this delectable entry to go for, i voted CowboyNeal...


Re: Fries are best with...
by providencia (Pilgrim) on Mar 07, 2002 at 19:13 UTC
    I have a pretty particular binge recipe for fries.
    1 plate covered with a nice heap of fries.
    1 layer each of ketchup, mustard, hot sauce, and barbeque.
    1 layer onion
    1 layer garlic roasted or freshly minced (2 layers for the brave) 2-3 layers of Kosher Sauerkraut (or Kim-Chee if you prefer)
    1 layer sweet relish
    Garnish with 1 layer of olives(black) and Jalapeno peppers.
    Don't get drunk before, during or after eating.
    If you have a live in friend or lover don't talk to them unless they helped you eat this.

    Also down here in New Orleans, LA (USA) we make a nice French Fry Poboy.
    One more thing... for those of you in the Midwest, or anywhere else in the USA, using ketchup and mayonnaise for seafood try.....
    Worsterchire Sauce (personally I'm vegan so I don't use this or eat sea creatures)
    Horseradish (the fresher the better) or a sauce if you can't find it.
    Hot Sauce Tabasco (McIlhenny Co. also makes a Habanero hot sauce that you can use for more kick).
    The measurements are always different for different people. This is best with fried or boiled seafood(or vegetables).
    If you are boiling use a crab boil (zatarains' is the best). Of course I have my own recipe for that as well.

    All in the best interest of your tastebuds. Give it a shot you just might like it!

    "Lights, Camel, Action!"
    A Fierce Pancake(1988) *Charleton Heston*(track 8)

Re: Fries are best with...
by hydo (Monk) on Mar 08, 2002 at 09:39 UTC
    Fries + Pepper Bacon Cheeseburger from Burgerville (Oregon only chain afaik) = good grease lovin'.

    I've had to limit myself to one a week or so.

Re: Fries are best with...
by E-Bitch (Pilgrim) on Mar 05, 2002 at 21:23 UTC
    Okay, I think the question was backwards... should have read: "Salt is best with:"... right?

    /me runs off to find heart medication...
    Tempora Mutantur Nos et Mutamur in Illis
    "The Times are Changed Even as We are Changed in Them"
Re: Fries are best with...
by poqui (Deacon) on Mar 08, 2002 at 16:54 UTC
    I learned to like fries with mustard when I lived in Greece and ketchup was hard to find... I also like them with malt vinegar, or cheese, or just salt. My favorite fries are the ones at Five Guys in the DC area, they fry them in peanut oil.
Re: Fries are best with...
by petemar1 (Pilgrim) on Mar 09, 2002 at 11:45 UTC
    Garlic salt, ketchup on the side.
Re: Fries are best with...
by waggerz (Pilgrim) on Mar 11, 2002 at 18:44 UTC
    As staying with my European background, I can honestly say that fries are best with mayo, although tartar sauce is a close second.
Re: Fries are best with...
by pangmaster (Initiate) on Mar 07, 2002 at 21:46 UTC
    How about...

    Curry ketchup
    - or -
    Ranch dressing and Tabasco sauce

    Two of my favorites :-)

Re: Fries are best with...
by ChOas (Curate) on Mar 08, 2002 at 10:00 UTC
    Hmmmmm... I`ll have them with the burger...
    And maybe some curry, mayo, and onions

    btw. What are you guys doing with all the
    options you`re posting here ?

    trying to get me a heartfailure???... some do look
    quite interesting though....


    print "profeth still\n" if /bird|devil/;
Re: Fries are best with...
by cyocum (Curate) on Mar 09, 2002 at 09:30 UTC
    CowboyNeal! Everything is better with a slab of CowboyNeal!
Re: Fries are best with...
by Anonymous Monk on Mar 11, 2002 at 16:22 UTC
    Sour cream is better than Cowboy Neal. For fries, I mean.
Re: Fries are best with...
by chacham (Prior) on Nov 30, 2014 at 00:40 UTC

    BBQ Sauce is better than ketchup. Though, it can be too much. So, i usually just mix the two for an excellent dip.

    And that's when baked. When they're deep fried, especially for Cavendish Farms Shoestrings, just plain salt to be superior. It must be the potatoes that they use.

View List Of Past Polls

Log In?

What's my password?
Create A New User
Domain Nodelet?
and the web crawler heard nothing...

How do I use this? | Other CB clients
Other Users?
Others drinking their drinks and smoking their pipes about the Monastery: (4)
As of 2023-09-24 16:28 GMT
Find Nodes?
    Voting Booth?

    No recent polls found