Fry Sauce Was Invented At This Charming Hamburger Stand In Utah In The 1950s

If you’ve lived in Utah very long, you’ve certainly encountered fry sauce, but did you know that it was invented right here in the 1950s? The iconic Beehive State condiment has spread across the country, and can even be purchased at grocery stores now, but it got its start at a little hamburger stand called Arctic Circle.

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