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Twelfth Night
      
"If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On."
Rabbit Food
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Lettuce
Grab Joint
   is carnival lingo for   
A Concession Where Food is Served Directly over the Counter
The popcorn wagon or cotton candy stand
Cook Shack
   is carnival lingo for   
A Food Joint Where Carnies Eat
Cuisine
   means   
A Particular Type of Food or Cooking
Talking Heads
   released the album   
More Songs About Buildings and Food (1978)
Bon Vivant
   means   
A Person With Refined Tastes, Especially for Food and Drink
French
Bias-slice
   means   
Slice Food at a 45-degree Angle
Broil/Grill
   means   
Cook Food Directly Under the Heat Source
Butterfly
   means   
Slice Food Such As Steak Down the Centre then Spread Apart
Coat
   means   
Evenly Cover Food With Flour, Crumbs or a Batter
Deep-fry
   means   
Completely Submerge the Food in Hot Oil
Dot
   means   
Sprinkle Food With Small Bits of an Ingredient Such As Butter
to allow for even melting or distribution
Drizzle
   means   
Pour a Slow Thin Trickle of Liquid over Food
Sweet glazes, melted butter. Lemon drizzle cake!
Grate
   means   
Shred a Food Into Fine Pieces by Rubbing It Against a Rough Surface
Jell/gel
   means   
Cause a Food to Set or Solidify Usually by Adding Gelatin
Marinate
   means   
Soak Food in a Seasoned, Often Acidic Liquid Before Cooking
To add flavour and/or tenderise e.g. marinate steak
Mince
   means   
Chop Food Into Tiny Irregular Pieces
Pressure Cooking
   means   
Cook Food in Liquid in a Sealed Container to Produce High Temperatures
Speeds cooking time.
Purée
   means   
Mash or Sieve Food Into a Thick Liquid
Reconstitute
   means   
Return a Dried Food to Its Original State by Adding Liquid
Such as milk from milk powder
Set
   means   
Let Food Become Solid
Shred
   means   
Cut or Tear Into Long Narrow Strips Either by Hand or by Using a Grater or Food Processor
Simmer
   means   
Cook Food in a Liquid at a Low Temperature So Small Bubble Break the Surface
Food
   in French is   
Nourriture
A King's Son is
      
Not Nobler Than His Food
Clarence Birdseye
   invented   
Fast Frosted Food
1927; Gloucester, Massachusetts; United States
Longrain Modern Thai Food
   was written by   
Martin Boetz
Grub
   means   
Food
Nosh
   means   
Food
Botulism, Shigella, Listeria
   are all   
Diseases Transmitted by Poisoned Food
The dreaded E Coli Bacteria is another passed on through improperly washed foods or improperly heated foods
Fromagerie, Boulangerie, Charcuterie
   are all   
French Food Markets
CFT
   means   
Chronic Food Toxicity(Obesity)
Barossa Food
   was written by   
Angela Heuzenroeder
A marvellous combination of recipes, history and stories from the heart of South Australia's wine growing area.
Saveur, Southern Living, Everyday With Rachel Ray
   are all   
Magazines Featuring Food
The Toucan Must Juggle Its Food Before Swallowing It.
   is   
True
Because its tongue is too short for its beak.
Sea Food
   is hobo slang for   
A Sailor
New Zealand Food Group
   is located in   
New Zealand
Richfields, Maxies. Richfields Dark is real (70% cocoa) dark chocolate hand-crafted in New Zealand.
Richfields Dark
   is made by   
New Zealand Food Group
Food
   is missing from the title of   
More Songs About Buildings and ___
Talking Heads (1978)
Food, Glorious Food
   comes from the musical   
Oliver
Gastrolatry
   is the worship of   
Food
Sainsbury’s
   used the slogan   
Good Food Costs Less At….
Love Of The Common People
   has the opening line   
Living On Free Food Tickets
1983, Paul Young
Buzzard Food
   means   
Dead
Chow
   means   
Food
Larry Groce
   performed   
Junk Food Junkie
1976, US 9, American singer/songwriter
Food
   ,   
Clothing, Shelter
Necessities
Food, Glorious Food
   was performed by   
Cast of Oliver!
Frankenfood
   is a combination of   
Frankenstein and Food






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