a thin, round piece of potato, cooked in hot oil and eaten cold as a snack


a dessert made with fruit that is baked and topped with oats and brown sugar

What is "crisp"?


In British and Irish cuisine, a crisp is a type of dessert that is made from baked fruit topped with a crumbly, buttery mixture of flour, sugar, and sometimes oats or nuts. The fruit used in crisps can vary depending on the season and availability, with popular choices including apples, berries, peaches, and rhubarb. The topping is typically made by combining flour, sugar, and butter until it forms a crumbly mixture, which is then sprinkled over the fruit and baked until golden brown and crispy. Once cooled, the crisp is often served with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream. Crisps have a warm, comforting flavor, with the sweetness of the fruit and the buttery richness of the topping creating a delicious and satisfying dessert.


to make something firm, dry and crunchy by removing moisture, often through cooking or baking


make wrinkles or creases on a smooth surface; make a pressed, folded or wrinkled line in; `crisp' is archaic


pleasantly cold and invigorating


brief and to the point; effectively cut short


describing food that has a dry and hard texture in a pleasant way


(of something seen or heard) clearly defined


(of hair) in small tight curls


first and easily broken with a satisfying crunch, often associated with freshness


order of mammals having few or no teeth including: New World anteaters; sloths; armadillos

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