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pantry cooking

pantry cooking  n.— «‘Pantry cooking”: Henderson attributes much of her cooking acumen to her mother, whom she dubs the ultimate “pantry cook.” Her father was a teacher and got paid once a month, and there were six...

pantry cook

pantry cook  n.— «‘Pantry cooking”: Henderson attributes much of her cooking acumen to her mother, whom she dubs the ultimate “pantry cook.” Her father was a teacher and got paid once a month, and there were six children...

batch out

batch out  v. phr.— «The cooking has almost become as addictive as the drug itself, with users swapping recipes and methods, Buffenbarger said. “It’s a high in itself for them to batch out, as they call it.”» —“Rural meth...

fu

fu  suffix— «She didn’t win, but it was pretty clear she was there not to demonstrate her superior cooking fu but to spread the word of Thai food to Japan.» —by Trip Trip’s Brain-Sucking Web Site Jan. 26, 2002. (source:...

fooding

fooding  n.— «One of my favorite bits of franglais is the word le fooding. The meaning of this contraction of “food” and “feeling” is slippery, but it relates to a trend of fresh, original cooking that’s taking hold...

molecular gastronomy

molecular gastronomy  n.— «Should jam be cooked in a copper pan? When gnocchi come floating to the surface of boiling water, does that mean they are cooked? Molecular gastronomy—a branch of food science that focuses on cooking and food...