fry-up


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fry-up

n
informal Brit a dish, usually breakfast, which contains a mixture of fried or cooked foods, such as sausages, eggs, bacon and tomatoes
Translations

fry-up

[ˈfraɪʌp] N (Brit) → fritura f

fry-up

nPfannengericht nt; to have a fry-upsich (dat)etwas zusammenbrutzeln (inf)

fry-up

[fraɪʌp] n (Brit) → fritto misto
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She said: "Typical roadside convenience foods such as burgers, sausage rolls, crisps and fry-ups are high in saturated fat; a typical fry-up can contain more than half of the recommended daily calorie allowance.
90 fry-up that contains two eggs, two rashers of bacon, three sausages, hash browns, black pudding, beans, tomatoes, and toast - is still proving to be the order of the day.
People who tuck into a fry-up every day could have a 63 per cent higher chance of developing bowel cancer, a charity warned today.
PEOPLE who tuck into a fry-up every day could have a 63% higher chance of developing bowel cancer, a charity warned today.
One, construction worker Liam Draper, 38, of Rugby, who enjoys a good fry-up said: "It's a good idea to encourage healthier eating but I can't say I'd travel all the way here just to eat a bowl of muesli.
And the great British fry-up still enjoys its place at the weekend breakfast table, says John Howard, marketing director for the Danish Bacon and Meat Council.
IT'S not glamorous but you really can't beat Cafe 37 on Salisbury Road for a fry-up the morning after a night on the town.
You may get a builder's mug of tea - but forget the extra slice of lard with your fry-up.
Girls are more healthy," said Ian Sayers of Colwyn Bay, who likes a fry-up.
8% of women and 41% of men treated themselves over the weekend to a fry-up as the majority stuck with cereal and toast.
The fry-up of egg, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding and fried bread proved more popular than fish and chips, curry and pasta in the survey of 1,000 people under the age of 30.
The Colosseum, in Primrose Hill Street, Hillfields, decided to offer the fry-up after it emerged it was just what punters fancied after a night's dancing.