"frybread" "fry bread"
SwainB at MOODYS.COM
Tue Aug 31 20:32:41 UTC 1999
Dan- another thought... "frybread" is generic and could be many different
kinds of fried dough. "Fry bread" is French toast, at least in southern
From: Dan Goodman [mailto:dsgood at VISI.COM]
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 1999 3:36 PM
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Subject: "frybread" "fry bread"
Can anyone help with this?
dsgood at visi.com
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Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 14:11:45 EDT
From: CherylStJ at aol.com
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Subject: [prock-research] frybread and comfy
I need immediate help with a line edit that I must return ASAP.
The copy editor noted that Webster's says "frybread" didn't come into use
until 1950. My characters are Cheyenne and the year is approximately 1885.
She also divided it into two words: fry bread
Can someone offer information? And if I can't use frybread as a staple,
other dish made from grain would my character prepare for a meal?
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