What are Belgium frites?
frites is the french word for french fries. Belgium is known for its frites which if very good. It's made of special potatoes which are fried twice, the double action makes it more crunchy. It's usually being served in a cone of paper and added with a desired sauce (Mayonnaise, Cocktail. samurai Andaluse etc.) If ever in Brussels it's highly recommended to try. (and don't put ketchup on it)
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The capital of Belgium is Brussels . In French, itis Bruxelles; in Flemish, it is Brussel.
In Europe, with France to the west, The Netherlands to the northeast and Germany to the east and south. See the related link for a map and more information.
A lot! Belgium is located in the center of Europe and has often been invaded over the past 2000 years. The most famous battlefields would be: . Battle of the Golden Spurs (1302); . Waterloo (1815); . Flanders Fields (1914-1918); . the Battle of the Bulge (aka Ardennes Offensive; 1945)
The head-of-state of Belgium is King Philippe (also Filip), born April 15, 1960. Philippe became King of the Belgians on July 21, 2013 upon the abdication of his father Albert II (born June 6, 1934).
Take the English word free and add a t sound at the end. (Don't pronounce the s at the end.)
Belgium has 16 major lakes. These lakes are Donkmeer, Grand Large,Ixelles Ponds, Lake Butgenbach, Lake Eau d'Heure, Lake Eupen, LakeGenval, Lake Gileppe, Lake Kraenepoel, Lake Neufchateau, LakeNisramont, Lake Robertville, Lake Ry de Rome, Lake Schulens, LakeVirelles, and Lake Warfaaz.
The current weather in Belgium is 50 degree's Fahrenheit. It is a10 percent chance of rain. There is 94 percent humidity.
they grow corn =]. As well as potatoes, barley, sugar beets, wheat, tobacco, strawberries, cherries, pears, apples, peas, leeks, cauliflower, tomatoes, carrots, brusselsprouts . Dunno if farming animals count in your question but they also raise cattle, pigs, chickens, turkeys.
Almost solidly Roman Catholic. The second largest is Islam (6%) Very small minorities of Jews, Protestants and Anglicans. Hinduism and Sikhism are growing but are not recognised by the Government, but it does not deny them the right to practise Same as everywhere, catholics , protestants , Je…ws , everything (MORE)
\n. \nEuro\n. \nBrussels, in Belgium is the capital of Europe, so of course it's the Euro.
I know they export large amounts of Beer. I am not sure if this is their largest export, but it is a sizable one.
An example of some of that stuff that Belgium imports is shoppingbags, jewelry, veggies, fruit, furs, rugs, spoons, forks, knifes,markers, pencils, and magnets. Belgium imports tulips, dogs, and socks with cars on them
No it isn't. There were not enough black people in our country (it was a close call tho) so Africa refused our admittance and they cramped us between Holland, Germany, France and some cold sea. Mind you Belgium used to rule a large chunk of Africa called the Belgium Congo ( now Zaire, Democratic r…epublic of Congo etc..) about 100 times its own size. (MORE)
belgium is mainly famous for brewing hundreds of beers... they are also famous for chocolate, waffles, lace, and for being the capital of Europe by housing the offices of the European Union in Brussels, Belgium. Belgium is also home to NATO and the BENELUX. Belgium is also famous for his adva…nced computer technology and his gun-building skills. The P90 and the SCAR are 2 examples of these. (MORE)
"The Religons in Belgium" is a part of movie series about a fictional family, the Religons, visiting various countries. A religon is also a polygon with sides numbering reli.
Amazing beer, THE best chocolate in the world, fries, .... Those would be the major ones I guess. Are cuisine is strongly related to the French cuisine. Belgium is known for it's good food. That I can assure you.
If you were born in Belgium you are Belgian! You can't be a country! :P
it depends where you live From the south, cross France and continue north /keeping to the west. From the east, cross northern Germany and continue (not too far north because you might get to the Netherlands. From the north, cross The Netherlands and continue south. From the west, cross central Engla…nd and continue across the English Channel/North Sea to Belgium. (MORE)
Belgium is situated in France. It is a french speaking country and there are many little villages in it. There are many football players who come from Belgium too.
After the Belgian Revolution took place in 1830-'31, the Belgian government declared itself no longer to be part of the Netherlands , which it was since Napoleon lost at Waterloo in 1815. There is no specific date, however the National Holliday is held on 21 July, in 1831 being the date the firs…t king (King Leopold I) was crowned. (MORE)
In Belgium, most of the population is Roman Catholic, however due to secularisation, faith now lost her importance.
to the north there is Holland, to the east there is Germany and Luxembourg to the south there France to the west across the north sea there is the U.K
main crops: corn, mais, potatoes also: sugar beets, fodder beets, tobacco, hop, chicory, flax, beans
Belgium has a highly industrialised economy, making many engineering products, lots of beer, steel products, and mining coal and gypsum.
Steak un frites means steak and fries in French. It is a customary order at restaurants and is enjoyed by many young people.
There are no mountains in Belgium, only hills. The highest hill is about 70 meters too low to be a mountain.
not much! Only the liberty to be a free country, and to not speak German (thank God)
In British English (which includes all Commonwealth countries) pommes frites are 'chips'. In American English pommes frites are 'french fries'. In the US chips means potato crisps aka game chips; I've forgotten the french word.
Belgium exits Because Spain didn't want to lose the 17 Netherlands in a revolt and invaded the place. The Current Belgian-Dutch border is where the Dutch stopped the Spanish. Belgium became independent because Belgium wanted to.
Cassoulet is a dish of baked beans, with sausage and/or other meat.It is originally from south-western France. Le saucisson is a drysausage meat that you eat in thin slices in your sandwiches or as astarter. Les escargots are snails. The French recipe involves lotsof butter and garlic, and is a hit …with... tourists. Les frites arecalled chips in the UK or French fries in the US. La brioche has anaspect resembling bread, but is a light cake. (MORE)
A Belgium river is meaningless. Asking what a Belgian river is, the answer would be: a river that flows in the country of Belgium.
Words with 'frit-' in exist in French (frite) and Spanish (frito/frita), and are connected with 'fry/fried', usually as adjectives or past participles, thus Spanish 'las patatas fritas' and French 'les pommes frites' both mean potato chips/French fries. 'La frite' could be short for French '(…the) chip/fry' 'la frita' also exists in Spanish, connected with glass, as 'frit' or 'ferretto' (MORE)
Belgium is a country, not a city. It is not the capital of anything. An organisation called the European Union has most of its head offices in Brussels, which is the capital of Belgium. The European Union is an organisation, not a country, so neither Belgium or Brussels is its capital.
a country of northwest Europe on the north sea. inhabited in ancient times by the belgae, the region was part of the roman and Carolingian empires before breaking up into a number of feudal states during the middle ages. ruchi
Is Cuba in Miami? Belgium is a country in Western Europe. Amsterdam is a city in The Netherlands, another country in Western Europe.
Not necessarily. If you are from Belgium, you can either be Flemish, Walloon or inhabitant of the Brussels-Capital Region. In any case, if you are from Belgium, Belgian is what you are..
"Pomme frites" is the French way of saying "potato chips" (if you're English) and "potato fries" if you're American. (To clarify, in English "chips" are the potato cuboids which are deep fried, whereas "crisps" are the thinly cut potato disks which are deep fried. The word "fries" is rarely used.)… (MORE)
"une portion de frites" is "one order of fries" (French fries or chips for the British.)
In British English: Chips In American English: French Fries Cut potatos in thin strips Put a deep frying pan with lots of oil (sunflower or similar) and fry the bits in it or put them in a deep fryer. Also the over is an option first 20 min. 200 CÂ° then a bit of grill should do. Enjoy
Same way as it got to most other European countries: it was introduced in the late 19th century by people who had seen it or played it in England, where it had been popular since the 1850's.
The Kinepolis Group is a Belgian chain of movie theaters that started in 1997 that consists of 23 cinemas, which is a total of 317 theaters.Kinepolis has received over 22 million visitors.
The meal of Steak frites consists of steak and chips (fries in America). The term originated in France. It is a very popular dish served throughout Europe.
The cast of Jojo la frite - 2002 includes: Didier Becchetti as Raph Bernard Campan as Tonio Violetta Cuche as La petite fille John Fernie as Le vagabond Khier Korrichi as Le chauffeur de bus Sophie Mounicot as Une journaliste Eric Taraud as Un journaliste Pascal Vincent as Melchior
The cast of Jojo la frite - 1996 includes: Didier Becchetti Nicolas Bordas as Le couple Jemmy Walker as La vieille dame Paco Wiser as Client Jojo la frite
The cast of Frites - 2008 includes: Christopher Dingli as Claude Gemma Whelan as Marie-Anne
The cast of Frite mania - 1989 includes: Peter Brouns Caroline Rottier Lotfi Yahya Jedidi
No, pomme frites are made from fresh uncooked potato. It's thefrench name for chips, fries or french fries.
Throwdown with Bobby Flay - 2006 Moules Frites - 5.2 was released on: USA: 2008
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Because it wants to be. In 1957 it was one of the six founding members of the European Economic Community, the organisation that eventually became the EU. Belgium has been an active member throughout, with its capital Brussels, being the location of many of the main offices of the EU.