French fries

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A bowl of French fries

French fried potatoes (also French fries, just fries in North America, chips in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Commonwealth), are a type of food made out of potatoes. The potatoes are cut into thin strips and fried in oil. They are usually eaten with fish, burgers, sausages, pies, fried chicken, or by themselves. Many things can be put on them to make them taste better, such as salt and vinegar, gravy, curry, cheese, ketchup or mayonnaise. These extra flavours are called condiments.

A chip shop is a shop which sells cooked chips to take home. They usually also sell fried fish, sausages and pickled onions. Fish and chips is a very popular meal in Great Britain, and other places.

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  • "THE OFFICIAL FRENCH FRIES PAGES (OFFP)". officialfrenchfries.com. Retrieved 15 April 2010.
  • "News on French Fries and Potato Specialties". potatopro.com. Retrieved 15 April 2010.