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None are related to Bastille Day.

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they originated in France and have been fried the same way as in France........................The origins:Belgians based on a family manuscript of 1680 say that they already cut up potatoes and fryed them. In France the fries (pommes frites or commonly Frites) are born on the bridges of Paris in 1789 in full French Revolution and became popular. In 1830, Paris (France) and Brussels (belgium) fond of Frites (Fries). Even if Thomas Jefferson mentioned already "fried potatoes in the French manner" following his stay in France from 1784 to 1789, the fries have been popularized in America after the return of soldiers from the First World War of France and Belgium (where French is the official language), hence the name "French Fries". The real name in French is FRITES.


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The origins:Belgians based on a family manuscript of 1680 say that they already cut up potatoes and fryed them. In France the fries (pommes frites or commonly Frites) are born on the bridges of Paris in 1789 in full French Revolution and became popular.In 1830, Paris (france) and Brussels (belgium) fond of Frites (Fries). Even if Thomas Jefferson mentioned already "fried potatoes in the French manner" following his stay in France from 1784 to 1789, the fries have been popularized in America after the return of soldiers from the First World War of France and Belgium (where French is the official language), hence the name "French Fries". The real name in French is FRITES.


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Belgium. The way they are cut is the french way, so they are called french fries in America. in France they are just called frites, or fries.


The origins: Belgians based on a family manuscript of 1680 proved that they already cut up potatoes and fried them. In France the fries (pommes frites or commonly Frites) are born on the bridges of Paris in 1789 in full French Revolution and became popular. And madame Bonaparte loved it too. In 1830, Paris (france) and Brussels (belgium) fond of Frites (Fries) . Even if Thomas Jefferson mentioned already "fried potatoes in the French manner" following his stay in France from 1784 to 1789, the fries have been popularized in America after the return of soldiers from the First World War of France and Belgium (where French is the official language), hence the name "French Fries". Belgium.


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sortofanswer 2:The real name in French is FRITES.Belgians based on a family manuscript of 1680 say that they already cut up potatoes and fried them. In France the fries (pommes frites or commonly Frites) were first seen on the bridges of Paris in 1789 in full French Revolution and became popular.In 1830, Paris (france) and Brussels (belgium) fond of Frites (Fries). Even if Thomas Jefferson mentioned already "fried potatoes in the French manner" following his stay in France from 1784 to 1789, the fries have been popularized in America after the return of soldiers from the First World War of France and Belgium (where French is the official language), hence the name "French Fries".What are served in the USA as french fries are similar to pommes allumettes, although just a little thicker. It is strange to discover that the best attempt there is found "Chez McDo"! Fries are rarely salted by the cook anywhere in the US.


No, they are actually from Belgium. According to Wikipedia the origin of the French fries is disputed between France and Wallonie, the Southern, French-speaking part of Belgium. They are popular in both countries. In France they are simply called "frites", meaning fries. There is no mention of fries being specifically French. For what it's worth, more than one Frenchman has said to me that the Wallons make the best frites.


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