french fry


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french fry

or French fry
n.
A thin strip of potato fried in deep fat: squirted ketchup onto my french fries.
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The result is a french fry made with five natural ingredients, 50% less fat than regular fries, and a crispy texture that preserves real potato taste.
A delectable feast for French fry lovers the world over, this clever tale is about dreaming big and finding love--and about a charming sausage dog named Roger.
Tubers with dry matter contents [greater than or equal to] 20% were considered ideal for crisps and French fry processing.
Dips, revised flavors and other techniques transform the French fry into something completely different, add international flavors, and make for an innovative collection sure to prove popular for any cookbook collection in a general lending library setting.
Other innovations, such as curing the potatoes for 3 weeks before frying, improved french fry consistency and quality.
Federal District Judge Richard Schell said it was right to consider batter-coated French fries as flesh vegetables under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act, arguing that the potato in a batter-coated French fry is still considered flesh as it has not been preserved, reported the Associated Press.
C*ClearCrisp provides this functionality without affecting the appearance of the French fry, making a crisp fry that is more attractive to customers.
food supply may bear traces of acrylamide, he says, "so, this is not just a french fry or potato chip story.
Burger King's Product Consistency department informed us that the recipe for the French fry coating was last reformulated in the spring of 2001.
For consistent results, keep all other variables, like the size of the french fry, the same.