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Moules-frites is a popular dish with mussels and French fries. It is mostly eaten in Belgium,[1] and northern France.

"Moules" means mussels and "frites" means fries in French.


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  1. Spoiden, Stéphane 2001. The betrayal of Moules-frites. In Schehr, Lawrence R.; Weiss, Allen S. (eds) French food: on the table, on the page, and in French culture. New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0415936286