I was not going to write a review until I read the unfortunate comment that someone left. these fries are simply amazing! I grew up in Pittsburgh and there used to be a Rally's and my grandfather used to take me there. I have not been able to have these fries since then, until now. It is unfortunate that this other customer experienced bad fries. Also if you want to cook them in the oven try 20 minutes at 450 flipping them 10 minutes into the cooking process) However i have bought several bags in the first week that my local walmart started to carry them. I have noticed the cooking time to be longer than what the bag says for oven time. but who follows directions anyway the food is not done until it is to the cooks liking. I have never once had a a bad experience cooking these fries. I make them for family now and they strongly agree these ar the best frozen fries they ever had. Walmart superb job on selling these fries and giving me a piece of my childhood memories, that I thought were lost. A good cooking tip for these is once they are done and crispy (deep frying is much more effective than oven) , add shredded sharp cheddar and mozzeralla (or whatever cheese you desire) with barbeque sauce and ranch dressing! I hope this helps other customers try these wonderful french fries. They really are worrth a try.
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