chip wagon

chip wagon

n
(Commerce) Canadian a small van in which chips are cooked and sold
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Wendy said, 'I'm after being beaten up and two lads are after taking my jeep and my chip wagon. They beat the crap out of me'.
The test lexemes were drawn from broadly experienced sectors of Canadian life such as food and drink (e.g., chip wagon, two-four), money (e.g., loonie, toonie) and hockey (e.g., peewee, atom).
Fewer than 10% of the participants knew the meanings of band council, chip wagon, premier, Canuck, or peewee.
They were familiar with some Canadianisms (e.g., UHIP, the First Nations people, LCBO) and unfamiliar with others (e.g., band council, have-not province, chip wagon).
James', the chip wagon has been an essential cog in the church's fundraising wheel.
* Don George Aiken, KFC/Pizza Hut, Spud & Dog Chip Wagon, Red Lake (2000)
Chip Wagon fries, "fresher than fresh," were launched in foodservice markets in Eastern Canada last summer, in response to customer demands for a thicker cut.
They encountered the sound of the generators, mixed with the smell of diesel, straw (put down to cope with mud), the sugar sweetness of the candy floss, cinder toffee and toffee apple kiosks, the vinegar overtones of the chip wagons and the fried onions of the hot dog vendors.
This 23-year-old, who now owns four chip wagons and the local Kentucky Fried Chicken/Pizza Hut franchise, is finding enough energy and interest to run for municipal council in this November's municipal, elections.