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B. Fry (d. 1946)

Birkett Davenport Fry (1822—1891)

C. B. Fry (1872—1956) sportsman and journalist

Caroline Fry (1787—1846) author

Christopher Fry (1907—2005) playwright

Danby Palmer Fry (1818—1903) legal writer

Deep Fried

dry frying

Edmund Fry (1757—1835) typefounder

Edwin Maxwell Fry (1899—1987) architect

Elizabeth E. Fry

Elizabeth Fry (1780—1845) penal reformer and philanthropist

Ellen J. Fried

Erich Fried (1921—1988)

Francis Fry (1803—1886) businessman and bibliographer

Fred Fried (b. 1948)

French fried onions

French fries





Frying Baskets

frying pan

Frying Pans, Skillets, and Spiders

Hans Fries (c. 1460—1462)

Harold O. Fried

Horace Snyder Fries (1902—1951)

James Barnet Fry (1827—1894)


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Cooking foods with oil at temperatures well above the boiling point of water. Deep frying, in which a food is completely immersed in oil, reaches a temperature around 185 °C. Nutrient losses are less than in roasting, about 10–20% thiamin, 10–15% riboflavin and nicotinic acid from meat; about 20% thiamin from fish.

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