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FRIESFast Rope Insertion/Extraction System
FRIESFacts, Reasons, Incidents, Examples, Statistics (writing support)
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With the street food trend still booming, operators can serve Finest Super Fine Fries loaded with a topping, alongside a burger or other barbecued meat, as part of a sharing platter, or simply with a range of tasty sauces or dips.
The European Space Agency did a study to see how fries would be in space.
Hired as a script writer after graduate school at Columbia University, Fries was rushing to a meeting with producers at Marvel and traffic in Los Angeles was, as usual, a nightmare.
Lal Mohammad's French fries' sales keep him so busy at Pakistan Chowk that he can barely find time to talk.
'Oman is such an amazing culinary state with many different successful concepts and we are confident that there is definitely a place for New York fries to expand exponentially.
Heifers: Hols hfrs to PS1,850; Hols/Fries hfrs to PS1,600; Fries hfrs to PS1,420.
Presented in partnership with The Wine Enthusiast magazine, the contest had five up-and-coming American chefs create gourmet French fries recipes to match with the region's unique wines.
[21.] Abd El-Rahman MS, El-Makhzangy A and MF Ramadan Antiradical performance & physicochemical characteristics of vegetable oils upon frying of French fries: a preliminary comparative study.
NEW YORK -- Burger King is getting rid of its lower-calorie french fries at most restaurants after less than a year.
But fries soak up a lot of oil while they're turning a perfect golden brown in the deep-fat fryer.
Researchers have developed different approaches for reducing the amount of acrylamide in french fries during the frying process.
ISLAMABAD -- A study by investigators at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center has found that regular consumption of deep-fried foods such as French fries, fried chicken and doughnuts is associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer, and the effect appears to be slightly stronger with regard to more aggressive forms of the disease.