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Cow feed:
a salad
In the weeds:
a waitress/cook that can't keep up with the tables. Refers back to chefs' military roots, where being in the weeds would cause your army to be slaughtered.
Sweepings also known as Clean up the kitchen or Sweep the kitchen:
a plate of hash
Pigs in a blanket:
a ham (sometimes a sausage) sandwich
B and B:
bread and butter
Tube steak:
a hot dog -Synonyms: Bow-wow, Bun pup, Groundhog
Shake one in the hay:
strawberry milkshake
Ice the rice:
rice pudding with ice cream
Walk a cow through the garden:
Hamburger with lettuce, tomato and onion
Saturday night:
Baked beans, so called because of the supposed flatulence they cause. -Synonyms: Bullets, Whistleberries
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