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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French fried potatoes are widely consumed and could contribute significant amounts of acrylamide to our diet.
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.
The new Bridge Lounge served snacks including the fashionable ''French Fried Potatoes''.
From the patent description: "The invention relates to vegetable cutting machines, and more particularly to a novel, inexpensively constructed machine for slicing potatoes in preparation for cooking and serving them in a style and form commonly referred to as 'French fried potatoes." Identified by Jack Kalp, Acme, Pa.; Richard Heil, Louisville, Ky.; Glenn Brendle, Gap, Pa.; Jim Couchman, Medford, Okla.; William Evans, St.
KG, which recently introduced wavy french fried potatoes to dive deeper into a market it describes as "the hip world of young people." The crisp, aromatic and moderately spiced product is being promoted as "flat as a surfboard and wavy like the Pacific Ocean."
uaFTeR the wrecking of the spanish armada in 1588, Irish coastal villagers rescued potatoes and planted them.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 $1.50 circa 1940).
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.