In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Those things you call French fries are not real chips.
- This practice can reduce your risk of over-indulging on steak or French fries.
- He served the meal of turkey burgers and French fries with a flourish.
- Danny the bartender came charging into the kitchen to demand ketchup with the French fries for his customer.
- Individual plates, piled high with thick club sandwiches and crispy French fries, were passed round to everyone present.
- Choose a salad instead of French fries, or cheese pizza instead of pepperoni, she advised.
- People were eating hamburgers and French fries for every single meal.
- Starch and sugar content are also important for the quality of processed products such as potato chips and French fries.
- After a nice steak dinner with French fries and a salad everyone gathered around Charney to look at the pictures.
- I was addicted to the burgers and the French fries and the pizza and the fried chicken and all those other things out there.
- But all too often those who gather around the table wish for French fries, a burger, and a Coke.
- He loaded it up with chopped cucumber and tomato salad, French fries and a mysterious meat substance.
- The burger comes with French fries and a bottle of beer.
- He nodded, drowning a French fry in ketchup before sliding it into his mouth.
- They also were more likely to eat potato chips and French fries than were students in most other countries.
- It is a mixture of French fries with fresh cheddar cheese curds, covered with hot gravy.
- By the time Crystal's order arrived Angel had already chosen a salad, special French fries in savory sauce and an ice cream.
- The most requested last meal is a cheeseburger and French fries.
- Throughout the country, French fries are eaten with steaks or minced raw meat.
- Jennifer narrowed her eyes and dunked her French fry in more ketchup.
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