jacket fries
 n.pl.— «They’re what some restaurants call “jacket fries”: oblong slices of fried skin-on Idaho potato. Crisp at the edges but thick enough to be fluffy in the middle, they’re a lovely hybrid of chip and french fry that’s worth the 75-cent upgrade from the standard crinkle-cut fries. They are perfect bar food.» —“Review: Roadwork may not fully explain dearth of diners at Barley’s” by Nichole Aksamit Omaha World-Herald (Nebraska) May 15, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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