Yellow, crisp, tasty, and a hot topic of debate—french fries can be a divisive issue. In Belgium their preparation is a matter of national identity. Porsche went searching for the perfect pommes frites in the Porsche Macan Turbo. Once a week, three-star chef Peter Goossens treats himself to a portion of pommes frites, enjoying them with pickles and a generous helping of mayonnaise. He closes his eyes in rapture just at the thought: the first fries from the hot paper cone they’re served in are still crispy and coarse in texture, while the very last ones tend to melt in the mouth, having soaked up all the tasty condiments added to them. “One does need a little happiness in life,” says the Belgian, whose restaurant, Hof van Cleve—located in Kruishoutem, a few kilometers southwest of Ghent—has been rated one of the twenty best restaurants in the world.