fries : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n strips of potato fried in deep fat
- n English painter and art critic (1866-1934)
- n English dramatist noted for his comic verse dramas (born 1907)
- n a young person of either sex
- v be excessively hot
- v cook on a hot surface using fat
- v kill by electrocution, as in the electric chair
- The fries definitely had an internal zing; no salt was required.
- The crisped-up French fries are dry inside and taste as if they weren't just double fried but dunked in oil four or five times.
- People generally agreed that the fries seemed like the least healthy choice, and no surprise, those who scored highest in self-control were the least likely to choose the food.
- Jack Black in The Associated Press
We're really into festivals,Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys said sarcastically in an interview. "Cheese fries and 120 degree heat, port-a-johns." "Everyone's standing out in 90-degree heat, there's no lights, there's no atmosphere,...
- David Stern in SI.com
I think we've lowered the threshold in some cases, we should try to make the scoring higher to get the award,Stern said. "It's been as a subject for about 20 years as I can recall it. It used to be about fries, now it's about the whole...
- Michael Jacobson in Earthtimes.org
French fries are fried twice, once in the factory and once in the restaurant,said CSPI Executive Director Michael Jacobson. "If these chains want to claim they are switching to trans-fat-free frying oil, they need to switch it at the...