The Fork for the Fries
I am writing in reference to your paper’s article on Weiss’s in Broad Channel.
I can remember going there as a child with my parents in the 1950s and ‘60s.
We always got the French fries which came with a long narrow wooden fork. There were two tiny tines on the end of the fork. Somehow the fork made the fries even more special.
The frank, the drink didn’t leave a lasting impression on me. The fork did!