Adam and I are planning a trip to Europe in the spring, and we’re excited to check out London, Amsterdam, and Belgium.
While researching things to do in Bruges, Belgium, I came across this gem: The Friet (French Fry) Museum.
I’m not so interested in visiting a million museums while in Europe, but I think this is a museum I can handle. Learning about the history of potatoes and French fries — perhaps while eating French fries? Does the whole place smell like a McDonald’s? Can I sample steak fries, curly fries, crispy fries, and soggy fries?
I think we should try to plan out our trip to really make the best use of these kinds of museums. Perhaps there’s a Belgian waffle museum for breakfast, a caprese panini museum for lunch, the famous Freit Museum for snack, a pasta museum for dinner, and a chocolate mousse cake museum for dessert?
Sounds good to me.