I know, I know – I just shared a recipe for homemade french fries on Friday, but I couldn’t resist sharing this rendition with you guys. My first taste of this wonderful fry flavor fry at Gordon Biersch, a national brewery/restaurant chain. I was blown away by their sheer awesomeness, and immediately went home and tried to re-create them. Several attempts were made, but none of them turned out quite right.

I’d been using olive oil to create the garlic-parsley infusion, which just seemed to make them extra greasy. The next time I tried butter instead. Once I swapped that out, bingo! Right on the money. These fries are drop dead delicious, ya’ll. A pungent bite from the garlic, a hint of lemony-herby goodness from the parsley. Certainly a great side dish, but these stand alone as an appetizer as well. With football season only a few weeks away (can I get an Amen?), I’m going to be looking for fun new munchies to make for my guys during the game. These fries definitely fit the bill!


  1. Posted August 1, 2012 at 9:26 AM | Permalink

    I had these when we were stranded at Dulles airport for 24 hours, they were so good! I am excited to try them at home since that chain isn’t around these parts.

  2. Posted April 13, 2013 at 6:07 PM | Permalink

    What a great picture, it makes me hungry. Love the plate too! 😉

  3. Tilda
    Posted February 13, 2015 at 12:52 AM | Permalink

    Si delicious exactly what I had in the Greek restaurant. A spritz of lemon juice and MAGIC. Thanks for this delicious post.

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