- n. Plural form of fryer.
“Chickens that weigh 3 to 4 pounds are called fryers.”
“Several of Caldwell's club members follow suit every year, bringing pens of "fryers" and "roasters" to fair.”
“Surplus chickens were frozen as "fryers" (6 months old) in our commercial freeze-locker downtown.”
“Instead, select two (or more) of the smaller chickens, called "fryers," and you'll avoid the dryness problem.”
“When selecting chicken for the grill, look for hens labeled "fryers," which weigh about 3¼ to 3¾ pounds.”
“It felt so good firing that gun, Zach walked past the fryers and shot the drive-in window girl in the head, then turned on the customers, who were running like jack-rabbits and jumping over chairs.”
“Only when I wash my hair that evening will I finally forsake the one bit of my day at the fryers that I had been lucky enough to take away.”
“He managed to fit a 250-pound grill onboard, with fryers and warmers, four sinks and a full-size refrigerator.”
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