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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pan-fry.


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  • In a home where greasy pan-fried hamburgers (or "Steakums") and Kraft macaroni and cheese were the normal dinner fare, I simply wanted to eat healthier.

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  • Gyoza, or pan-fried dumplings, is the town's main claim to fame.

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  • Ate fried bacon and eggs for breakfast, used the grease that night for pan-fried chicken, smoked her cigarettes, and kept a little old .38 Smith & Wesson right on top of her nightstand.

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  • But if we ever did, the cook-off victors Harriet and Jo would be serving up a winning combination of seared scallops topped with sweetbreads and pink micro herbs, along with pheasant cooked two ways roasted leg and pan-fried breast, served with parsnip puree and carrots.

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  • And if you can do spicy, do give the nakji bokkeum (pan-fried octopus) a try.

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  • For lighter fare, Oven-Baked Latkes can still come out crispy, with a fraction of the oil of their pan-fried counterparts.

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  • As you say, it would be great quickly pan-fried and served like chipped beef over biscuits.

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  • Before putting finishing touches on pan-fried sea scallops with black pudding for the Beard dinner, the duo sat down to discuss the holidays.

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  • The sweet potato–crusted grouper and pan-fried pecan chicken are favorites.

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  • "People would tell me that 'School of Rock' was cute," said Mr. White as he dug into some pan-fried vegetable dumplings and yam fries.

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