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- adj. Attributive form of french fry, noun.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to cook by immersing in hot fat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. cook by immersing in fat
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If cutting with a knife vs. machine affects french-fry taste, I can't imagine why.
He probably hates going to Yurp or other Forn countries anyway, what with their being unwilling french-fry surrender monkeys.
Now, pond scum and french-fry grease could help fuel their next business trip.
I believe it was Fast Food Nation where the author talks about McDonald's use of beef grease in the french-fry oil and that is a no-no in veggie cars.
My friend Kristie Lu Stout, a CNN International anchor, visited a number of street hawker stalls in Seoul to sample a variety of treats, including honey strings mixed with nuts, a spiral cut fried potato on a stick, and this french-fry encrusted hot dog on a stick that Kristie photographed and posted to Twitter last week.
In all, I probably keep the slices in the oven for maybe 45 minutes, continuing to turn them to get them nice and brown and crisp -- not french-fry crisp, but not bad.
It's one of the few areas of his operation that doesn't make money or at least break even: old bottles are ground and used as drainage material; brush is ground into mulch and sold for $30 a yard; the town garage is heated with french-fry oil.
The apple fries are, quite simply, sliced apples cut in the shape of french-fries and served in a french-fry style container.
But one night I miscalculated and my finger got caught in the french-fry cutter and I had to go to the emergency room.
Albion was still the land of dishwater coffee, the chip butty (a french-fry sandwich) and bacon dinners.