chip basket

chip basket

n
1. (Cookery) a wire basket for holding potato chips, etc, while frying in deep fat
2. a basket made of thin strips of wood, used esp for packing fruit
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50, colander, PS6, tri saucepan, PS22, chip basket, PS2.
The whitebait was piled into a chip basket and came with a slice of lemon on top and a pot of Marie rose sauce for dipping.
You are generously allowed two extras to go with your main meal so I ordered salad and sweet potato chips which were served in a mini chip basket - much to my delight.
She grabbed the chip basket with the fat inside and swung it at me.
The chip basket was a sort of moulded rosti affair (too chewy to eat), with Chinese mushrooms and carrot accompanying substantial scallops and huge prawns, all beautifully cooked and well put together.
She says: "I used to only find my way to the chip basket when I was in the kitchen, but now I'm more likely to head straight for the salad bar
I like to make stock using beef and chicken bones so I put them in a chip basket in the saucepan.
Another surprise nomination was Zach Galifianakis, who got a best actor nod for his roles as aspiring clown Chip Baskets and his twin brother Dale on FX's dark comedy Baskets .
Though the influence of auteur-driven fare like "Louie," "Girls" and "Togetherness" is easy to spot, it's not surprising to learn that Chip Baskets, the rodeo clown played by Zach Galifianakis, isn't very nice, and few viewers will be shocked to find out that he has trouble relating to the women in his life.
Other uses for the wood include turnery and carving, plywood corestock, utility plywood, chip baskets, small laminated articles, woodenware, furniture parts, sashes, doors, panel stock and millwork.
Plastic top hats decked for the occasion would be perfect chip baskets at the biggest party of the millennium, one shopper said.