Why is the French fry called a French fry?
Because it originated in france and french people eat it. It's just like why do they call it french bread?
Do you mean, who was the fastest person to eat a french fry, or what was the time that pie wagon ate it in? Since you can not respond, I will answer both! The fastest person to eat a french fry was Johor Swendle from Sweden. She ate the french fry, at a restaurant called Nappa, 0.6920345 seconds according to Guiness Book of World Records. Your Welcome!
French fries do come from manufacturing machines, but they were really made from potatoes. The first potato was small and purple. Ancients used them for telling time and worshiping potato gods. Where the French fry was made you think French, but you need to think again. Believe it or not, the country Belgium made it and called it the American fry. When potatoes were scarce, some people fished, peeled the fish, and woila ! French…
It would depend on what the solar panel did. If the french fry just laid there on the solar panel than it would come out as a cooked potato but if the solar panel was hooked up to a fryer, it would be able to cook the french fry. Remember, solar panels can power houses so I think it can cook a french fry!!!
they don't "form" into french fries, you have to plant a french fry bush. the french fry bush will take about a month to become fully matured. once your french fry bush is fully matured it will produce approximately 3.5 pounds of french fries every two weeks. you will know when your fries are ready to be picked by the colour, when unripe they will be a light shade of grey and as the mature…
The Americans invented the french fry soon after Britain's invention of the chip. Also the Americans invented the curly fry if you have ever heard that before. A chip and a french fry are pretty much the same. In America the word chip is also known as crisps. If you ask for Chips in American restaurant for chips they give you crisps. I don't know exactly who invented it but oh well.