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I Tried A 250-Year-Old French Fry Recipe • Tasty

Are french fries really French? Who first fried a fry? Hannah Hart explores the origins of the beloved french fry.

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25 thoughts on “I Tried A 250-Year-Old French Fry Recipe • Tasty

  1. "Potatoes. Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew."

  2. I was looking at food timeline and fried chicken has been around for longer than I expected

  3. Hey bhagwan( ohh god) this was the funniest line till now in my 28 years of living on this planet.. ohh they have opinions.. since they had opinions she just ate them to death.. I am scared if I will be alive??

  4. *sad Belgian noices*🇧🇪😭

  5. Fry thy… um… fries.

  6. Good luck to all the belgian people watching this ( hou jullie hart vast )

  7. The show is good but no the jokes I need to keckup with this show

  8. I hope they make a Season 3.

  9. Ah po-tay-toes, "mash em, boil em, and stick em in a stew"
    – Samwise Gamgee

  10. From Peru ? How ignorant is she ? It's from the altiplano : Peru, Bolivia and Chile

  11. You had me at fries in clarified butter

  12. This looks like the recipe worth a try

  13. Is there season 3 of this? I really like to know every food history

  14. Omg Hannah Hart XD I watch her channel 🙂

  15. This looks delicious 😋 I gotta try this!

  16. You can say what you want BUT the belgians have the best french fries.

  17. take potatoes from oil
    oil sizzling hard
    "They have opinions!"

    LMAO so hard 😂😂😂😂😂

  18. French fry give it a try😅

  19. French fries are Belgian I'ts because Americans can't tell the difference

  20. This. This is why I like watching Hannah cook. She's not drunk, but she's clearly having fun…. and the added historical information is just frosting on the cake – or in this case, batter on the baton…

    Now where the hell am I gonna find that much duck fat….???

  21. The ketch up joke was everything

  22. Soooooooo good you are back! I love this!!!!

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