Julienne cut fries are potatoes that are cut up in extremely thin pieces. When fried, they become extra crispy and are a delicious treat. The Julienne cut is famous in French cuisine and involves cutting any vegetables into thin strips. Such a cut is involved in dishes such as Julienne Soup, from an 1877 cookbook by Eneas Dallas.
When Is National Julienne Fries Day?
Julienne fries, also called “shoestring fries”, are celebrated on August 12th of every year.
History Of National Julienne Fries Day
We have not been able to find the origins of this national day, but we will be sure to keep you updated.