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French Fry Day

by Anne Middleton, on July 13th, 2015

July 13th is World French Fries Day.  French fries seem basic enough, but think again!  We’ll show you novel ways to savor a time-honored favorite. 

The origin of French fries is quite contentious, with both France and Belgium claiming the innovation.  Even our nation’s third president had French fries long before the advent of the fast food chains.  Thomas Jefferson had "potatoes served in the French manner" at a White House dinner in 1802.  Regardless of which nation actually invented the French fry, spice up your experience by trying poutine, Canada’s take on French fries, which is now considered haute cuisine.  Investigate poutine and other Canadian favorites on the Apple app store with the Canadian Food Recipes app.  It will be all gravy when you get a new Ipad from T-Mobile, who offers free shipping on all orders of $25 or more.

If you’re dieting and quantifying calories, perhaps you don’t want to overindulge.  You can still celebrate World French Fried Day on the 13th!  French Fries Maker by Oxic Games on Google Play will amuse for hours and you won’t miss the fries.  You won’t salivate over real fried when you see the graphics of this game.  You won’t play games with Verizon, though, when it comes to pricing and service.  With our codes, you’ll get up to 50% off accessories and other great incentives!  Take a bite out of that.

Whether you’re eating steak fries, shoestring potatoes or sweet potato fries, we can connect you to sweet deals, even on a shoestring budget.   Utilize our codes to save each and every time you’re shopping for mobile service, devices and accessories.  Savor a time-tested favorite and don’t sweat getting new mobile service either!