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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After the samples were evaluated, the participants were informed whether a sample had the same, more, or less acrylamide than would a typical french fry. They were asked to re-rate the overall acceptability and indicate their willingness to purchase the product using the five-point Likert scale, which measures attitudes.
SnowValley Agricultural Group and Aviko Group, invested by the joint venture between the two leading potato product brands, is teaming up with their long-term processing partner TOMRA Sorting Food, for the development of a new French fry processing facility.
To celebrate the love for fries there is National French Fry Day and it falls July 13 every year.
An eight-year study on the regular consumption of french fry, has come out with this devastating result, that too much of the fried potato snack can lead to your speedy death, reports Sputnik.
This NIRS method has been extended to sweetpotato breeding and processing research for developing low-acrylamide fried products for many major potato chip and French fry processors.
FRENCH FRY lovers--and we're pretty sure that includes all of you--we carry a somber warning.
Are you a fan of the thick cut, glistening beauties or do you prefer a French fry, maybe a shoestring fry?
Other moves have included the return of the ''Big King,'' which resembles a Big Mac and a ''French Fry Burger,'' which is essentially a burger with four french fries smashed on top.
I have questions about those all-American menu items, the hamburger and french fry. Did french fries come from France?
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.
French fry samples were purchased at relatively the same time of day on four separate days over two years from selected restaurants within Michigan City, Indiana.