I'll give the Dutch the honor of mayonnaise on their french fries. They probably weren't first, but I expect the first time most people experienced this surprisingly delicious aberration, they were somewhere in the Netherlands.
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Dutch mayonnaise is generally sweeter than American mayo, IIRC. Especially Zaanse Mayonnaise. Now that I think of it - there’s something worse. I love patatje oorlog, which most definitely is an acquired taste.
Now that I think of it - there’s something worse. I love patatje oorlog, which most definitely is an acquired taste.
HOW HAVE I NOT KNOWN ABOUT WAR FRIES UNTIL NOW