ALthough, they seems to hold more grease in them than regular FF.
Never have figured that out.
Why would you bother? You got what you need.
Any Checkers has a spicy curley fries
Fresh handcut fries are a thing of beauty and a joy forever… well, at least until they disappear down your gullet [:p] I’m sure there are places that serve really great curly fries but I kind of associate them with supermarket novelty products … stick with the good quality freshcut and you won’t go far wrong [:)]
I am not a fan of curly fries. give me a good ole crispy hot fry and i am happy. Oh and don’t forget the ketchup!!
If your looking for something different-try Waffle fries. Or different toppings(buffalo cheese fries)
I don’t like curly fries-they don’t seem natural.
Only curly fries I ever used where from a frozen bag purchased from either Ore Ida or GFS. I was never a curly fry fan myself… Old school here with the old fashioned cut fries.. But as a side note, 7 winters ago, when I worked this one restaurant, people requested curly fries over regular fries with the Friday Fish and Chip special we ran at lunch… Go figure..
I would normally choose a good hand cut crispy fry over a curly fry on a menu.
I will choose a seasoned curly fry over a soggy regular fry. How are your fries? Can they hold up to competition?
If you have a good thing going with the hand cut fries, I would not add anything.
We now have fresh handcut fries would curly fries be a good add on?
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