French fried potatoes


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French fried potatoes

pl n
(Cookery) a more formal name for chips. Also called (esp US and Canadian): French fries See chip4
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French fried potatoes

French fries (esp Am) nplpatate fpl fritte
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From French Fries and Finger Chips to French Fried Potatoes to Wedges, chips (as I call them) may have many different names, but the essence of them all is the same - thinly cut, or chipped fried potatoes.
KG, which recently introduced wavy french fried potatoes to dive deeper into a market it describes as "the hip world of young people.
u FREnCh fried potatoes were introduced to America when Thomas Jefferson served them at a dinner in the White house.
The tribute includes period photographs with black servers, recipes with the chef's comments, and menus (steak with French fried potatoes cost $1.
95), a generous portion of tender beef, rich and comforting, simmered in a red wine sauce and available with rice, mashed or french fried potatoes.
McCain is the world's largest manufacturer of frozen French fried potatoes and a major producer of other quality frozen foods, selling its products in more than 110 countries.
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which makes biopolymer food additives and ingredients for "confections" and "flavored dessert gel"; and Outback Steakhouse, with seven restaurant chains including the rapidly growing Cheeseburger in Paradise franchise, which serves dishes such as "breaded and fried" oysters atop "a heaping helping of homemade French fried potatoes resting on a slice of warm, toasted Cuban bread.
Consider some of America's favorite meals: cheeseburger, french fried potatoes, soda, and ice cream, or steak, baked potato, coffee, and cheesecake.