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potato crisps

potato crisps Flavoured, thin slices of potato, deep‐fried and eaten cold, sometimes as an accompaniment to meals, more commonly as a snack. Called chips in the USA. Reputedly invented by George Crum, a chef in Saratoga Springs, NY (1853), as a mocking response to customers who complained his French fries were too thick.

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crisps

crisps See potato crisps.

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