? The world's largest cod and chips
was cooked up and served by Scawsby Fisheries in Doncaster.
Till that time when we have binagoongang baboy potato chips
or sinigang na hipon potato chips
, we can in the meantime satisfy our taste buds with the plain slated variety.
Neither of these establishments have plans to compete with the big chips
producers, insisting they only introduced potato chips
to complement their main line of business.
The cards contain a gold or silver metallic square chip
visible on the front.
| There are more than 10,000 fish and chip
shops in the UK
In this paper, the commercial finite element software Defrom-2D is adopted to simulate chip
breaking during machining using a grooved cutting tool.
The A-series chips
will initially appear in systems from five PC makers, with hundreds of designs in the works, Taylor said.
During the optimization of the melting practices and process parameters to configure the in-house chip
melting system, Pistones Moresa established and documented that for every 8,800 lbs.
The Poulson chip
includes a record 3.1 billion transistors and will be made using the 32-nanometer process, an improvement from the 65-nm process used to make Tukwila chips
They have the flavor of classic potato chips
, with the taste of oil and salt, but not too much of either.
Some things don't change; perfect chips
start with perfect potatoes.
Look out for our Two for One Fish & Chips
poster in the window of YOUR nearest chippie!
IT'S a wrap...the UK's finest chips
are served in the North of England, according to a study released yesterday.
And you can celebrate your love of chips
- from skinny or chunky to traditional or oven - with pride next week as February 9-15 marks National Chip
Fragmentation and crushing the chips
are imposed by the necessity to continuously evacuate them with the coolant liquid, in order to avoid their blockage in the evacuation channels of the cutting tool.