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baleboosta

baleboosta  n.— «She was, in the truest sense, a baleboosta, a Yiddish term meaning a remarkable cook and “boss of the kitchen.” My father tells stories of her legendary cooking: Rolling out enough dough to cover the kitchen...

plan-overs

plan-overs  n.pl.— «The bags are especially aimed at people who cook big meals on weekends to have “plan-overs” for the week.» —“New Bag Stands Up To Microwave Oven” by Liz Newlin Dallas Morning...

planned-overs

planned-overs  n.pl.— «Although “planned-overs” is a term which might not be accepted generally by the American homemakers, more and more women are expected to adopt the technique.» —“When You Cook Too Much, You’ve Got...

hobo pack

hobo pack  n.— «After the coals had heated up, it was time to let the “hobo pack,” containing chicken and potatoes, cook for about 45 minutes. Even though some of the chicken got black from being on top of the coals, it tasted...

bubblehead

bubblehead  n.— «Any old “Bubbleheads” (fer all you land-lubbers that’s slang fer Submariners) who were stationed at New London/Groton during the late 40’s, 50’ and 60’s, I’m sure y’all most certainly remember this landmark...

quillow

quillow  n.— «Quillow is a quilt that features a reversible pocket that allows the blanket to be folded up into itself, forming an attractive pillow suitable for rest or decoration.» —“New gadgets devein, cook, even...

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