Talk:Moules-frites

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Dubious origin[edit]

The fact that mussels have been eaten in so much of the world, in places near water and the idea that potatoes were fried at some time, does not give any indication of the time or the place of the origin of moules-frites. Instead of arguing about whether it was Belgium of France "wot dunnit", why don't we put that it was a meal which became popular in north-eastern France and Belgium. As for the rest of the article - it's just waffle; correct me if I'm wrong. Francis Hannaway (talk) 21:53, 11 January 2014 (UTC)