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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So to help you out here are 11 of the best place to get a fry-up inLondon.
Then you will be surprised to learn that a breakfast brand has created the world's first 'Liquid Fry-up'.
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.
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.
'I love a good fry-up. I'm a natural fat girl,' said Charlotte.
However, the cafe's 'Copper Big One' - a pounds 4.90 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.
Andy Bailey, 31, a construction worker, of Rugby, added: "I don't see anything wrong with having a fry-up as a treat at the end of the week."
"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. "Boys do more exercise."
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.