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Try the pumpkin fritters at Farnsworth House in Gettysburg as you count the more than 100 bullet holes that riddle the Civil War–period building.
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The Spring Pea Fritter came with a smooth hummus-like dipping sauce for the melt-in-your mouth fritters.
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Fry until the bottom of each fritter is golden brown, 2 to 3 minutes.
A CRISPY CAULIFLOWER RECIPE WITH LEMON-MUSTARD DRESSING PROVES A CUTLET IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF ITDANIELA GALARZAMAY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Repeat, flattening each to an even thickness, until the skillet is full, with about an inch between the fritters.
A CRISPY CAULIFLOWER RECIPE WITH LEMON-MUSTARD DRESSING PROVES A CUTLET IS WHAT YOU MAKE OF ITDANIELA GALARZAMAY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Fry on hot greased griddle, taking one spoonful batter for each fritter, or fry in deep hot fat.
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Stir into plain fritter batter, and drop by spoonfuls into deep hot fat, turning gently until brown.
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They fear the worst, dread failure, dampen their own confidence, and therefore fritter away their own energy.
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Louise and Winona had become so excited about their dinner by this time that a mere fritter-sauce was nothing.
WINONA OF THE CAMP FIREMARGARET WIDDEMER
I repeat that you fritter away your talents and your opportunities upon this miserable task-work on a journal.
LUCRETIA, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Drop the batter by the spoonful into hot lard, taking care to have a slice of apple in each fritter.
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WORDS RELATED TO FRITTER

  • acted
  • carried on
  • clicked
  • continued
  • flourished
  • made out
  • maintained
  • moved
  • panned out
  • performed
  • persisted
  • prospered
  • ran
  • scored
  • succeeded
  • thrived
  • worked
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