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Fried Chips : Changing one letter at a time, see if you can start with FRIES and finish with CHIPS.
Fried Chips

Doublet

A ‘doublet’ is a word game in which you change one word into another word, a single letter at a time. For example, DOG → DOT → COT → CAT.

See if you can do it with FRIES and CHIPS.

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‘Davy’s Fish-and-Chips shop’ in Beamish Living Museum, County Durham. The shop, like the museum, is a painstaking recreation of life in an Edwardian mining town. The fish-and-chips are the real thing, properly battered and fried in beef dripping (which may fry more healthily at high temperatures than vegetable oil).

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