How curly fries are cut


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#3

spiralizer and skinner in one


#4

Now do waffle fries!


#5

It takes a whole potato to make a single curly fry?!!? There are children starving in Africa!


#6

I love me some curly fries. Jack-in-the-Box has them. I think maybe Arby’s too? Who else?


#7

Checkers. Roy rogers.

The entire state of New Jersey. Curly fries are their state bird.


#8

That strip of skin that never gets peeled will haunt my dreams tonight.


#9

Arby’s and Jack do “Seasoned” curly fries. If you want plain fries, your best bet is a carnival or fair. A lot of them have a power drill attached to the cutter for speed and entertainment value. They also do what’s essentially a continuous ribbon that gets fried like a giant potato chip.


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#11

Next could you machine some curly fries on a lathe?


#12

Paging @Wanderfound !!!


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Roy Rogers restaurants still exist?!


#15

can you add a spoiler tag next time, i liked the mystery :wink:


#16

As far as I know only on the New Jersey Turnpike. Though they’re slowly being replaced by Popeye’s Chicken.

The curly fries come in a wearable holster.

The food besides the curly fries is terrible.


#17

Don’t fret; the whole outer potato is thrown away anyway. There’s really no point in peeling any of it.


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