Ok saw a post by Heavy and decided to try them out. Served them up on a bed of lettuce tomato with some seasoned mustard I made up. Side of grilled home made steak fries (wasn't sure how these were going to work so had back up ready for regular frying). Potato prep and good hack for those of you who like fries is as follows (they are as good as McDonald's). Peel (optional) and cut as you would for regular fries or steak style. Dump in to a 1 to 3 ratio of boiling water and white distilled vinegar (this keeps potato firm) 5 no more than 6 on regular and 7 no more than eight on steak style. Dry (i put them on cookie rack but you can use paper towels. Then place them on parchment covered (this makes removal a lot easier) cookie sheet and freeze. Remove from sheet and place in baggies unless you are going to use them as you pull them from freezer upon removal. What I like about this is I can make up a bunch, take what I need for the meal and have more left for another meal. Throw them frozen into your hot oil and fry until golden brown (about 5 to 9 min). In this case just wanted to see how they would do grilled. Cooked on grill 25 min. Kettle was covered by lid with top vent open. They were directly over coals. I did rotate them and flip about 5 min each side. I could have grilled longer say 45 min to 1 hour (i think but still they were ok but longer time I think would have made them a little better). I also think I do prefer fried in oil.