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December 05, 2014
Freshly cooked fries are seen in the Maison Antoine frites stand in Brussels December 4, 2014. There...
Brussels, Belgium
Freshly cooked fries are seen in the Maison Antoine frites stand in Brussels
Freshly cooked fries are seen in the Maison Antoine frites stand in Brussels December 4, 2014. There are few things people agree on in linguistically divided Belgium, but an effort to get Belgian potato fries recognised as global cultural heritage and put it on a par with Peking opera and the Argentinian tango may get unequivocal support. Belgian fries are traditionally sold, in a paper cone, in a "fritkot", generally a shack or trailer. There are some 5,000 of these in Belgium, making them 10 times more common, per capita, than McDonald's restaurants in the United States. Picture taken on December 4, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
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