Great cheese sauce really makes a horseshoe. You order a shoe by choosing the kind of meat or vegetable that you want on it. The french fries just don’t get a lot of respect. They should though, because a bad batch of fries can ruin an otherwise tasty horseshoe.
Horseshoe french fries seem to come in as many variations as horseshoes themselves. Some places use standard-fare steak fries, some use thin sticks (think fast food), some use crinkle cut fries, while others use super wide fries. As we add recipes to the blog, where we have attempted to imitate a specific restaurant’s sauce, I’ll try to include the type of fries you should use to mostly closely replicate the restaurant experience.