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Home made french Fries @ parks.

bossstl
Posted: 9/6/02 at 4:53:49 PM
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Yes I know this seems a weird question but, I was wondering what parks sel those "home made" fries that are kinda like curly fries but wider. (I think CP gots them) My other questions are how much they cost and do they seem like they sell good?

Re: Home made french Fries @ parks. by Eric_Gieszl Eric_Gieszl Profile at 9/7/02 6:47:23 AM

> Yes I know this seems a weird question but, I was
> wondering what parks sel those "home
> made" fries that are kinda like curly fries
> but wider. (I think CP gots them) My other
> questions are how much they cost and do they seem
> like they sell good?

I think you mean Fresh Cut Fries. They are called something like that.

Two parks that immediately come to mind are Kennywood and Cedar Point. I've had these fries in both of these parks and loved them.

Paramount Canada's Wonderland also has great fries and with gravy. Six Flags Magic Mountain has fresh cut french fries, but I have never tried them there.

Eric

Re: Home made french Fries @ parks. by THE_BEASTmaster at 9/7/02 11:29:28 AM

> I think you mean Fresh Cut Fries. They are called
> something like that.

> Two parks that immediately come to mind are
> Kennywood and Cedar Point. I've had these fries
> in both of these parks and loved them.

> Paramount Canada's Wonderland also has great
> fries and with gravy. Six Flags Magic Mountain
> has fresh cut french fries, but I have never
> tried them there.

> Eric

PKI has them too. Potato Works at Rivertown sells them.

Bill, who is drooling right now because he is getting hungry. :-)

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