Another friend dating mayo
It’s been a real run for the Belgian national team, which has only made it this far once before.(According to an Australian friend who actually understands what’s going on, Belgium has “some young hot shots.”) For this reason, you should root for Belgium.It’s rich, but not overpoweringly rich because the potato is a manageable size and crisp as New York in the fall. They are mayo vessels so masterfully double-fried that they were a revelation to Americans raised on mushy diner fries and who still, for some reason, think Mc Donald’s fries are good.If not Belgian, go for fries at a French restaurant or just thinner fries. A thick, fat diner-style fry slathered in mayonnaise?But don’t you want to be a sophisticated adult who eats fried potatoes with fatty sauces?While some Americans get the superiority of mayo, there is still a lot of work to be done., most of) the good things in one place: fried starch coated in a fatty, eggy sauce.It’s partly the chemistry of ingredients complementing each other perfectly.
ET, Belgium will square off against France in the semifinals of the World Cup.But whether you are that guy in a frites costume or Team Mbappé, this game is an excellent occasion to remember one of life’s great but underappreciated truths: Fries are better with mayo.If you are the average American, you probably eat your French fries with ketchup. — but also, did you know you’ve been doing things terribly, terribly wrong?Beeline to Pommes Frites, the Belgian fry specialist where sauces include traditional mayo and roasted garlic aïoli, or Home Frite, which serves lemon-garlic aïoli and malt-vinegar aïoli.Keith Mc Nally restaurants like Balthazar and Lucky Strike aren’t on mayo automatic, but they have ramekins ready.
There could be no better day to right your wrongs and declare your allegiance to French fries with mayo.