D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Shit on a shingle:
minced dried beef with gravy on toast, mostly because it was a reviled standard fare in army messes -Synonyms: S.O.S.
Million on a platter:
a plate of baked beans
Mystery in the alley:
a side order of hash
Dusty Miller:
chocolate pudding, sprinkled with powdered malt
Burn one:
put a hamburger on the grill
Bridge:
four of anything (from bridge the card game) -Synonyms: Bridge party
Soup jockey:
waitress
GAC:
Grilled American cheese sandwich. This was also called "jack" (from the pronunciation of "GAC")
A spot with a twist:
a cup of tea with lemon
Stack:
order of pancakes -Synonyms: Short stack
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