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Tomato pie

Tomato pie may refer to a "pie with tomatoes", such as: Southern tomato pie, a type of pie from the Southern United States Tomato pie may refer to some types of pizza in the United States, such as: Trenton tomato pie, a pizza in which tomato sauc ...

                                               

Bagoong fried rice

Bagoong fried rice, also known as binagoongan fried rice or anglicized as shrimp paste fried rice, is a Filipino fried rice dish cooked by stir-frying pre-cooked rice with sauteed bagoong alamang, toasted garlic, spring onions, shallots, julienne ...

                                               

Aïoli garni

Aïoli garni or grand aïoli is a traditional Provençal dish or meal based on aïoli, usually accompanied by salt cod and boiled vegetables; other ingredients may include escargots, hard-boiled eggs and small boiled octopus. It may also be known sim ...

                                               

Chicken wing

Chicken wing may refer to: Swiss wing, sweet soy sauce-flavored chicken wings popular in Hong Kong Buffalo wing, a popular way of preparing chicken wings in the United States Chicken wings as food Chicken wings

                                               

Soup dumpling

Soup dumpling may refer to: Wonton, a Chinese dumpling usually served in soup Khinkali, a Georgian dumpling with a filling, traditionally of minced meat and broth Guantangjiao, literally "soup-filled dumpling", a type of jiaozi A dumpling served ...

                                               

Dhoper chop

Dhoper chop is a snack originating from the Indian Subcontinent, in West Bengal preparation, it is a huge egg-shaped snack in a bread jacket with ketchup and onion salad and sometimes with a cup of tea.

                                               

Crouton (disambiguation)

A crouton is a piece of sauteed or rebaked bread, often cubed and seasoned, that is used to add texture and flavor to salads, as an accompaniment to soups, or eaten as a snack food. Crouton may also refer to: "Walter Crouton", a comic strip publi ...

                                               

Rockn Omelette

"Rockn Omelette" is a childrens song and the 21st single by Japanese singer/songwriter Chisato Moritaka. Written by Moritaka and Hiromasa Ijichi, the single was released by One Up Music on January 25, 1994. The song was used as the first opening ...

                                               

Zen 3

Zen 3 is the codename for the successor of AMDs Zen 2 CPU microarchitecture slated for release in 2020. It is expected to be fabricated on an improved 7nm MOSFET node from TSMC and powering Ryzen mainstream desktop processors and Epyc server proc ...

                                               

Tuslob buwa

Tuslob buwa is a Cebuano street food which originated from the barangays of Pasil and Suba in Cebu City in the 1980s. It consists of a mixture of pig brain, soy sauce, and some oil. The ingredients are subjected to blast cooking on a pan, a proce ...

                                               

Red hot

Red Hot TV UK, a softcore pornographic pay-per-view UK television network Red Hot TV Canada, a pornographic television network in Canada Red Hot Transformers, a fictional character, member of the Micromasters Red Hot film, a 1993 Canadian drama f ...

                                               

The Big Interview with Dan Rather

The Big Interview, or The Big Interview with Dan Rather is an TV series on AXS TV, hosted by Dan Rather, in which he interviews major celebrities. In 2020 it entered into its 8th season.

                                               

Doner

Michele Oka Doner born 1945, American artist and author Jeremy Doner born 1972, American scriptwriter Jordan Doner, American photographer and visual artist Morey Doner born 1994, Canadian soccer player

                                               

Alhan Gençay

Alhan Elvan Gençay is a satirist, journalist and documentary producer based in London. He is best known for his work on VICE and Boiler Room.

                                               

Shish (disambiguation)

Gal Shish, Israeli footballer Hairy Moccasin Crow: Esh-sup-pee-me-shish, a Crow scout for George Armstrong Custer Vasily Shish, Belarusian kickboxer

                                               

Igado

Igado, sometimes also spelled higado, is a Filipino spiced pork liver dish originating from the Ilocos Region of Northern Luzon in the Philippines. Other parts of the pig, including innards and tenderloin, are usually also included, although the ...

                                               

Dahibara Aludam

Dahibara Aludam is a variant of Dahi vada and originated from Cuttack of the state Odisha. It is a type of chaat from Cuttack and is popular throughout India. The dish is prepared by soaking vadas in light dahi water. Then adding Aloo Dam and gug ...

                                               

World Digital Song Sales

The World Digital Song Sales chart is a weekly record chart compiled by Nielsen SoundScan and published by Billboard magazine launched with the issue of January 23, 2010. The chart ranks the 25 best-selling international digital singles in the Un ...

                                               

Norimaki

Norimaki (海苔巻)are a type of sushi wrapped with seaweed, or the dish itself with the seaweed wrapped around it. The term Norimaki often refers to Makizushi. In addition to sushi, onigiri おにぎり, rice balls, senbei 煎餅, Japanese rice cracker ...

                                               

Chapati (disambiguation)

Chapati also known as roti, safati, shabaati, phulka and roshi, is an unleavened flatbread originating from the Indian subcontinent. It can also refer to: Chapati Movement, initiative involved in the unusual distribution of thousands of chapatis ...

                                               

Snitches Get Stitches

Snitches Get Stitches is the second studio album by Indian singer and songwriter Sidhu Moose Wala, self-released on 9 May 2020 without prior announcement. Moose Wala also served as executive producer, while the tracks were produced by Intense, By ...

                                               

BRK (disambiguation)

BRK is a 65xx software interrupt instruction. BRK may also refer to: BRK Brands, now First Alert, an American safety brand company B-R-K, a Semitic root of given name Barak Birgid language, ISO 639-3 language code brk Brioche-knit stitch, a basic ...

                                               

Burp (disambiguation)

Burp or BURP may refer to: Big and Ugly Rendering Project, distributed computing project using BOINC BURP domain, group of amino acid proteins Harry Hills TV Burp, British television comedy programme Burping, release of gas from the digestive tra ...

                                               

BRP

BRP can mean: Birpara, a town in West Bengal, India Bathroom privileges Bronx River Parkway in New York Barko/Bapor ng Republika ng Pilipinas ship/steamship of the Republic of the Philippines, Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine Navy, and other go ...

                                               

Double Dutch

Double Dutch usually refers to: Double Dutch jump rope, a game of jump rope with two ropes, two rope turners, and at least one jumper Double Dutch may also refer to:

                                               

Brighton Rock

Brighton Rock may refer to: Brighton Rock 1947 film, a 1947 film based on the novel, directed by John Boulting Brighton Rock play, a 1943 stage adaptation by Frank Harvey Brighton Rock novel, a 1938 novel by Graham Greene Brighton Rock musical, a ...

                                               

Lees

J.W. Lees Brewery, a brewery in Middleton, Greater Manchester, England Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems LEES, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Lees of Scotland, confectionery maker

                                               

Tofu (disambiguation)

replacement character � sometimes incorrectly used for Mojibake, the garbled text that is the result of text being decoded incorrectly substitute character ␚ Tofu, or tofu character, used as Internet slang for any of TOFU, or trust on first use, ...

                                               

KK Fosu

Kaakyire Kwame Fosu is a Ghanaian hiplife musician known by stage name KK Fosu.He is known for songs like "Suudwe", "Anadwo Yede" among others.

                                               

Big Cheese

"The Big Cheese", an episode of animated series Dexters Laboratory "The Big Cheese", an episode of animated series Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends "The Big Cheese", an episode of animated series Maggie and the Ferocious Beast "The Big Cheese", ...

                                               

Cheese ball

Cheese ball can refer to any of the following: Cheese spread in the shape of a ball, usually served around Christmas in the United States and Canada Bocconcini, an Italian cheese in the shape of a ball Cheese puffs, a processed snack made from pu ...

                                               

Abbaye de Timadeuc Cheese

Abbaye de Timadeuc Cheese is a cheese produced in a monastery by Trappist monks. This cows milk cheese is an uncooked pressed cheese. Soft and salty it has a soft taste and a nutty aroma. From the family of the uncooked pressed past cheese it has ...

                                               

Resist (disambiguation)

A resist is something that is added to parts of an object to create a pattern by protecting these parts from being affected by a subsequent stage in the manufacturing process. Resist may also refer to: Resist semiconductor fabrication, applied to ...

                                               

Whoopee

Whoopee or whoopie may refer to: Whoopee!, a 1928 musical comedy Whoopee, an exclamation used as a form of cheering or to express jubilation Whoopee! film, a 1930 adaptation of the musical Whoopee or whoopie, a euphemism for sexual intercourse Wh ...

                                               

The Future (Steven Universe Future)

The Future is the 20th and final episode of the American animated limited series Steven Universe Future, which serves as an epilogue to the 2013–19 television series Steven Universe ; it is therefore also the final episode of the Steven Universe ...

                                               

Manzanillo

Manzanillo or manzanillo may refer to: Manzanillo, Colima, a city in Mexico Manzanillo Municipality, Colima, the surrounding municipality Manzanillo Island, a small island in that bay Manzanillo International Terminal, a port terminal on that bay ...

                                               

Indy

The College Hill Independent, published in Providence, Rhode Island The Independent Newfoundland, published in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada The Indy, shorthand for newspapers that include "Independent" in their name, e.g. The Indydependent, ...

                                               

Noisette

Noisette may refer to: Hazelnut, the seed of the hazel tree Cuisine Noisette meat Sauce noisette, type of Hollandaise sauce made with browned butter Beurre noisette, browned butter used in cooking Contexts involving the browning of butter Noisett ...

                                               

A. californica

A. californica may refer to: An abbreviation of a species name. In binomial nomenclature the name of a species is always the name of the genus to which the species belongs, followed by the species name also called the species epithet. In A. calif ...

                                               

Big Mac (disambiguation)

"Big Mac" M*A*S*H, an episode of the TV series M*A*S*H Big Mac computer game, a series on the Commodore 64 platform The Baseball Encyclopedia, also known as The MacMillan Baseball Encyclopedia or Big Mac, a 1969 reference work

                                               

Rococo (disambiguation)

Rococo is a style of 18th-century French art and interior design. Rococo may also refer to: Rocky Rococo pizza chain, a Wisconsin-based pizzeria chain "Rocky Rococo", a supporting character in the Nick Danger sketches by the Firesign Theatre "Roc ...

                                               

Quantitative Ingredient Declaration

Quantitative ingredient declaration refers to the labelling of an ingredient in percentages on a food label. This is mandatory in EU nation states, and applies to foods that mentions the ingredient in its name. For example, a product named "ham p ...

                                               

Rava

Abba ben Joseph bar Hama born 270, a Jewish Talmudist who lived in Babylonia, always known by the honorific name Raba, Rava, or Amora-Rava Bishnu Prasad Rabha, multifaceted artist and revolutionary singer of Assam Rava is an Italian surname, e.g. ...

                                               

Paschal (disambiguation)

Paschal is a surname and given name. Paschal may also refer to: R. L. Paschal High School in Fort Worth, Texas Paschal cycle, the cycle of moveable feasts around Pascha Easter Paschal trikirion, liturgical triple-candlestick Paschal greeting, an ...

                                               

Calumet

Calumet, a borough of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Quebec

                                               

Essential amino acids in plant food

Essential amino acids are amino acids which are necessary to build proteins in an organism but can not be synthesized by the organism itself and us such must be provide in the diet. In case of humans there are 9 EAAs: histidine, isoleucine, leuci ...

                                               

American Standard

American Standard, a brand of plumbing fixtures made by American Standard Brands American Standard Insurance Company, a subsidiary of American Family Insurance American Standard, a line of guitars made by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation Am ...

                                               

List of true bantam chicken breeds

This is a list of the true bantam breeds of chicken, breeds which are naturally small and do not have a corresponding "full-size" version. Sebright Bassette Liegeoise Naine du Tournaisis Pepoi Belgian Bantam Belgisch Kriel, Naine Belge Barbu dAnv ...

                                               

Spam

Spam or SPAM may refer to: Messaging spam, spam targeting users of instant messaging IM services, sms or private messages within websites Spam food, a canned pork meat product Email spam, unsolicited, undesired, or illegal email messages Spamming ...

                                               

Top Cat (disambiguation)

Top Cat is an animated television series that aired in the early 1960s that was produced by the Hanna-Barbera studios. Top Cat may also refer to: HSC Manannan catamaran ferry formerly TopCat sailing between islands in New Zealand Top Cat brand, a ...