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- n. Alternative capitalization of french fries
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- n.pl. Strips of potatoes, usually cut with a rectangular cross-section, cooked by immersing in hot fat or oil.
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- n. strips of potato fried in deep fat
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This sweet time in our life should be spent wisely, say, playing board games around the kitchen table with a humongous dish of homemade chicken nuggets and French fries placed strategically within everyone’s reach, while everyone is eating, laughing and clamoring all at once—pretending to be pseudo-normal, but really coming off as looking more like what a family is supposed to look like, and that is happy.
Mom did come home for dinner that night, breezing in just as Bran and I were heating up fried clams and French fries left over from the Shrimp Shack.
I found that I actually preferred sweet potatoes to French fries and veggie burgers to cheese-burgers.