Who discovered french fries?

Why do the British call French fries chips?

Because they’re crispy. We call chips chips because when inventing them, they WERE chips. To make that make sense, the potato chip (american parlance) was invented because someone was complaining that the chips that a chip-vendor was selling (UK parlance) were too thick.

What do they call fries in America?

French fries (US) are called “chips” in the UK, and “frites” in French-speaking countries.

What do English people call biscuits?

Scone (UK) / Biscuit (US)

These are the crumbly cakes that British people call scones, which you eat with butter, jam, sometimes clotted cream and always a cup of tea.

Is it normal to dip fries in mayo?

Most of them are made out of mayonnaise, which goes better on french fries because its thick, milky texture soothes the tongue so much better with a hot fry than the acidic bite of ketchup. Mayonnaise is perfect for dipping, sticking to the fry like a fatty, eggy lollipop.

Who eats the most mayonnaise?

So, led by Russia, the top ten of mayo loving nations is dominated by Eastern European nations in the following order: Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Belgium, Estonia, Latvia, Chile, Netherlands, Poland. In case anyone’s wondering, the world’s leading mayo brand is Hellmann’s (by Unilever), followed by Kraft.

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