fry up


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fry up

To use direct heat to cook some food, often in fat or oil. A noun or pronoun can be used between "fry" and "up." Oh, I'm just frying up some bacon for breakfast.
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fry something up

to cook something by frying. Let's fry some chicken up for dinner. We fried up some chicken.
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fry up

v.
To prepare or make something by frying: I'll fry up some pancakes for breakfast. They fried some bacon up for the sandwiches.
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The meal has eight more items than Morrisons' standard breakfast and is said to be "double the size" of most other supermarket fry ups.
"Swap fry ups for grill ups, swap sitting while chatting on the phone for walking around the house on the phone, swap fizzy drinks for sparkling water with lemon and swap milkshakes for smoothies."
For as long as I can remember, Sunday mornings were for fry ups. The family would all get up and be together, and mum would go into the kitchen a whip up, as we would joke, "a heart attack on a plate".
SALLY went from flab to fab by ditching her breakfast fry ups.
Out went the whopping great fry ups for breakfast and chocolate snacks and club sandwiches for mid-morning snacks.
By flashing her spots, teenage girls every-where will try to get her look by binging on chocolate and fry ups, and will therefore be at risk of developing lardy, wobbly thighs.
The firm is selling 400,000 fry ups a week after deciding in April to open its 775 pubs early.
We had 20 people staying and it's been chaos making tea and fry ups."
He eats fry ups and chips washed down with lager and it's good for him.