Most children won't eat a vegetable unless it is fried, just like they won't walk a dog who isn't wearing a bow tie. Pick your battles with today's Groupon: for $11, you get two orders of the Flock of Three Cupids fries, which consist of three fry flavors each, at French Fry Heaven (up to a $22 value).
French Fry Heaven's chefs dice up a gourmet menu of russet and sweet potatoes, fry them to order in pure peanut oil, and douse them in a choice from 28 toothsome toppings. Discerning palates can pepper Belgian-style spears with beloved condiments such as ketchup, salt and vinegar, or the Island Angel’s exotic dusting of coconut curry and a single tear harvested by tickling a native parrot. Alternatively, sweet potatoes explore their confectionary potential with the Thanksgiving Saints, a blend of fluffy marshmallow clouds and pumpkin spice. Chefs contain all orders inside paper cones for on-the-go enjoyment and post-meal origami demonstrations. For an additional fee, potato potentates can sprinkle orders with five types of gourmet salts and rivulets of melted cheese.
French Fry Heaven
After testing out his recipes at a few local and state fairs, French Fry Heaven’s founder, Scott Nelowet, decided to give the people what they wanted: delicious fried russet and sweet potatoes customizable with gourmet toppings. Classic fries, known as Angels, come in set combos such as Dutch Angels with mayo, or Baked Tater Angels with cheese, bacon, and chives. Sweet-potato fries, known as Saints, come in combos such as Breakfast Saint with maple syrup or Kenberry Saint with blueberry and vanilla.