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Monday, October 19, 2009

From Our Dreams to the Streets: That Guy's Fries

Posted By on Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 3:10 PM

click to enlarge Double-fried for your pleasure. - T. PALMER
  • T. Palmer
  • Double-fried for your pleasure.
It wasn't that long ago that SFoodie was having a laugh by trying to dream up what would be the next form of casual (i.e., unlicensed) food cart to hit the streets, and french fries came up as a possibility. Barely a blip later and our editor John Birdsall had tipped us off to the imminent debut of That Guy's Fries.

On the last TGIF, we braved the wind-whipped maiden voyage of TGF, taking in some baskets of double-fried, skin-on potatoes ($3) with ketchup, honey mustard, and lemon aïoli

for dippin'. They were good -- not transcendent or anything -- but good enough for the moment (and, we suspect, plenty of moments to come).

What it proved most to us is that if we can dream it, the carts will eventually come. What should be next?

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