Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of frying.

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Examples

  • It does not on this account lose its value to the natives, who use very little butter, melting it down into a clarified dripping called Schmalz for their endless fryings and frizzlings.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 29, August, 1873

  • Do not fry more than 4 chops at a time, and allow the Crisco to reheat between fryings.

    The Story of Crisco

  • The secret of these as of all other fryings, is to have grease enough, make it hot enough to crisp whatever goes into it instantly, then to watch so there shall be no scorching, and take out what is fried as soon as done, draining well.

    Dishes & Beverages of the Old South

  • Serve with gravy made from the pan fryings left after frying the chicken.

    Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking

  • Add 1 tablespoon of butter to the pan fryings and blend in a tablespoon of flour.

    Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking

  • They are only amazed that we should be surprised at the quantity of their work -- that they can remain, in fact, so cool in the midst of their hundred and one boilings, singeings, choppings and fryings.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 31, October, 1873

  • "I see you have read only English criticisms; and have an idea, that all German books smell, as it were, 'of groceries, of brown papers, filled withgreasy cakes and slices of bacon; and of fryings in frowzy back-parlours; and this shuts you out from a glorious world of poetry, romance, and dreams!"

    Hyperion

  • Page view page image: greasy cakes and slices of bacon; and of fryings in frowzy back-parlours; and this shuts you out from

    Hyperion

  • -- every page is full of the devil and his horns, and the desperate fryings which await your impious revolutionists -- and then the authority of the bishops, the power of the

    The Wandering Jew — Complete

  • -- every page is full of the devil and his horns, and the desperate fryings which await your impious revolutionists -- and then the authority of the bishops, the power of the Pope -- hang it! how could I know it all?

    The Wandering Jew — Volume 04

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