Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Said of potatoes which are cut into strips, triangular in section, and fried in hot fat.
“I had a heater, and I'd put in fat and cook french-fried potatoes all the time.”
“Two guys, one of whom appeared to be named Jax, flipped the burgers, french-fried the potatoes, and handed out orders in red baskets.”
“Then there's his weakness for jivey alliteration: "I was frayed, fraught, french-fried and frazzled.”
“On a recent weekday afternoon, tables were filling up at the McDonald's here, where the only potatoes in evidence were french-fried.”
“Some say like eating a bowl of ice-cream while dreaming on a boat or swallowing french-fried light.”
“In a separate bowl, mix the Parmesan and the french-fried onions.”
“O'Reilly french-fried and fricasseed Bill Clinton.”
“She had decided to make green bean casserole from scratch as well, creating her own cream of mushroom soup and french-fried onion rings.”
“Yes, but it was either that or Edward Scissorhands, and the kids today like their rock n roll and their hamburger sandwiches with french-fried potatoes.”
“When I was growing up, we always had the green bean casserole that every can of french-fried onion rings has a recipe for on the back.”
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