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Cajun microwave

Cajun microwave
 n.— «He showed them how he makes cochon de lait in a “Cajun Microwave,” “Hot coals are heaped on top of a special outdoor cooker.…The grease runs out the back and into a pan.”» —“No simple, everyday foods” by Dotty Bagbey Baton Rouge State Times (La.) Jan. 9, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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