Are French toast and french fries from France?
no. they r not from france.
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no the country just named it tht. same with french toast lol. but cheese and wine was originated in France :)
Yes, they do. French fries are called 'frites' in French and are quite popular. Well french people can eat french fries but may tend not to because the type of food they are into are like baguette's and cheese. Bonjour. . . I am French and live in France xD We dont eat French fries or French toast xP Bet you thought we did :D Nut we dont :P
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French toast, french fries, french dressing, and french animals and people! "French" fries actually came from belguim
the aspects are that France is a beautufull place they have lots of tall building and lots of french fries and french toast they r all frenchies
French toast was not invented in France. In fact, French toast was around long before France even existed as a country.
French Fries and French Toast are the only things I can think of.
French toast: we don't know. The earliest mention of French toast is in a collection of Latin recipes dating back to the 4th or 5th century. Another mention is during the reign of Henry the 5th when it was known as 'pain perdu' in England. Pain perdu is French for "lost bread" - i.e. stale bread which otherwise would have been thrown out. It was very popular in the Medieval ages in England and France… Read More
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Yes, the French did invent French toast they also invented French Fries. Ans. 2 The French might well have invented French Fries had not the Belgians beaten them to it. It is noteworthy that although frites are the most popular way of eating potatoes in France, the French are always willing to give credit to the Belgians for them. On the other hand, the French have no desire to take credit for "French Toast". They… Read More
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Yes, I am almost 100% sure french toast was originated from France. I learned this in my AP French class.
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nope, nor do french fries nor french kisses (In France they call them English kisses, I hear). The same question, phrased differently, can be found on this website, where they say it was originally called German toast, til anti-German sentiment with WWI. (See dictionary section: French Toast; or go to Wikipedia and look up French toast, tho that is unnecessary, since someone included the Wikipedia entry in this dictionary answer)
the french fought with the Americans against the british in the American revolution. the french supplied the Americans with supplies, and foods. also, the french fought in the battle of saratoga and the Yorktown peninsula. another attribute that influenced American was the statue of liberty. another one was that the Americans named their the fries after the french, as French Fries and french toast!
poincoineusse. no problem English muffin, i = french toast/fries
Because it was originally made and eaten in France.
they are given those names because the owner is french and he likes that name.
Nowhere. Not a French invention.
French toast actually did originate in France, the French peasants used leftover baguettes to make it. Of course, it's been Americanized, so the French toast you're used to probably isn't the same as the original French toast.
crossiants, snails, frogs legs and french toast are traditional foods of france but depending on what resturant you go to there will be all sorts of everyday foods like pizzas, fries (fact about french fries: they didnt come from france, they came from belgium!),sausages, lasanga and i think you have the idea now!
Technically yes but the term "french Toast" was developed in America French toast is no more French, than fortune cookies are Chinese. The recipe dates back to medieval times. The English might have learned it from the French, and called it "french toast", but in France the name is "Pain perdu" (lost bread). Originally it was a dish made by poor people, to eat the stale bread.
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a fork new answer: personally, i don't eat forks. i eat french fries. or french toast. or fish.
The French didn't invent it, don't eat it and don't have a word for it.
French toast was known by several other names before French toast became the common. There are early mentions of French toast. The earliest it has been traced is to a 4th century Roman cookbook. There are other early mentions from France, England, Spain, and Italy.
Yes, by an Asian guy.
French toast is 'du pain perdu' in French.
yes the french canadians made french toast
French Toast was made by Romans in Italy!!! And it's called French Toast!!!
No, it was first created in Italy. (Google)
French toast is a English-speaking name for a recipe. It is known as "pain perdu" (literally: lost bread) in France. As a simple and inexpensive recipe, French toast was probably common in all European countries. It is cited in a French recipe book of the 1300s, and a century later in an English book, but still under the original French name.
Yes, in English you always capitalize names and locations, and things referring to them. (France - French, Italy-Italian) Other languages such as French do not usually capitalize. So French music, Dutch music, American music. French art, French toast, French wine. The only exception may be the terms such as french fries, or french curve, where both upper and lower case are seen according to the style. One other example is brussel sprouts, which have no… Read More
Yes French toast is fried.
Bread is the most common food in France. These might sound correct, but are not at the top of the list: French Fries French Dip Sandwich French Toast French Onion Soup French Bread French Vanilla Ice Cream Frenched beans French's mustard These names might sound perfect: Flambee Quiche Lorraine Cassoulet Bouillabaisse Eclair Madeleine Chocolate Mousse Vichyssoisse
a la carte is French for on the menu and its just when you order something that is NOT part of a main meal or dish. French fries, toast, vegetables, etc.
French Canadians came up with french toast and named it after themselves.
two pieces of french toast with egg and sausage in the middle and there's french toast sandwich
I don't know where it was invented, but I know it wasn't in France!
French toast sticks, fries, ice cream, drinks? Further research and inquiries are necessary--for example McDonald's fries are not vegetarian!!
Aloha: No. They are called that because of the fruit, other ingredients, and color components of the dish. Quite good, actually. BTW, it's just like french toast or french fries are not french, either.