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'Who wants to test my guinea pig stew?'

DEFINITION: v. To prepare or process food in a manner that renders it unpalatable, indigestible and completely inedible. n., Food which has been prepared in such a way that it is unfit for human, or even non-human, consumption.

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Dulinaree

Created by: loxhobabl

Pronunciation: duh-li-naree

Sentence: A crock pot would have served us better dulinaree than this!

Etymology: dull + culinary

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Fudbar

Created by: Nuwanda

Pronunciation: Food-bar

Sentence: Rebecca was known far and wide for her ability to FUBAR just about any recipe. Which is why her friends always raved about her potlucks.

Etymology: The military acronym FUBAR (F'd up beyond all recognition), altered to be F'd up dinner beyond all recognition).

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metrohumanx Great word! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:41:00

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Malodorouseate

Created by: logarithm

Pronunciation: mal.o.dor.ous.se.ate mal-ō'dur-us-zē-āt"

Sentence: I enjoyed a scene in the movie 'Wrong Turn' where the captured lady was forced to eat malodorouseating stew. Or was it spew?

Etymology: Malodorous - bad stinking smell Nauseate - cause to feel sick or disgusted

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Ewwchef

libertybelle

Created by: libertybelle

Pronunciation: eoooo- sheph

Sentence: Mark the ewwchef that he is, made us a cassarole made of chocolate bars and smoked oysters. Sure, i suppose both are aphrodisiacs, but the combination together is deplorable. At least it was a little better, though, than his kidney bean, pickle and horseradish salad. (the worst part is that i didn't make any of theose combinations up... they are real recipes that people in my family have tried to pass off...)

Etymology: sous chef - a culinary role of assistant to the executive chef + Eww - an exclaimation said when something is gross

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Squeamestibles

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: SKWEE-mes-tuh-buhlz

Sentence: Roxie's "piece de resistance" was her cesserole de squeamestibles - an annigobnoxious alimentation - barely edible once a year. Bob often wondered whether it would all end in cuisinecide!

Etymology: 1. SQUEAM: (a back formation of Squeamish) Of the stomach: nauseous food; food readily affecting or turning one sick; unswallowable food and (COM)ESTIBLES: Something or an article (of food) that can be eaten as food: meat, cheese, and other comestibles. "CESS" from cesspool & CASSEROLE: a baking dish; any food, usually a mixture, cooked in such a dish. Noun : cesserole; Verb: to cesserole.

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Yukakibble

Created by: alimaytootsie

Pronunciation:

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Barbecrude

Created by: milorush

Pronunciation: (n., v., and adj.)bar-be-krood

Sentence: In order to save a couple bucks, Sam's wife routinely barbecrudes the drips and drabs in the fridge for Friday "Surprise Casserole"Night.

Etymology: barbe[que] + crude

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Cesserole

Created by: OZZIEBOB

Pronunciation: SES-uh-rohl

Sentence: Roxie's "piece de resistance" was her cesserole - an annigobnoxious alimentation - barely edible once a year. Bob often wondered whether it would end in cuisinecide!

Etymology: Blend of "CESS" from cesspool & CASSEROLE: a baking dish; any food, usually a mixture, cooked in such a dish. Noun : cesserole; Verb: to cesserole.

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COMMENTS:

very tasteful! - galwaywegian, 2008-01-14: 06:38:00

great sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-14: 15:31:00

I liked cusinecide even better than cesserole ... but that's only cause I'm so easily grossed out. Today's definition certainly led to a lot of verboticisms that can do that! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-14: 18:48:00

great words! Ugh, I'm grossed out too. - bananabender, 2008-01-14: 19:56:00

Ah, I can just picture little kernel of corn floating in it, eww. Good one! - Tigger, 2008-01-15: 00:05:00

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Bloatcuisine

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: blote kwee zeen

Sentence: When Sam & Ella invited friends over for a gourmet meal, the guests never returned or reciprocated. The hosts use of unusual ingredients and bizarre preparation methods of their bloatcuisine made the food unpalatable. At their last epicurious banquet, Sam & Ella served newtritious newts; e-coliflour, with a green cheese sauce; bacon,lettuce & ptomaine-to paininis and scream of botulism soup. For dessert, an elaborate chocolate moose and I scream served on offal waffles was the crowning touch. Sam & Ella learned their craft while working as Chefs for the Addams Family. You can download the recipes from the Readers' Indigest.

Etymology: Play on Haute-Cuisine (Fr: High Cuisine...making elaborate, posh food dishes to high standards) & Bloat (swelling of the abdomen or intestinal tract of domestic animals caused by excessive gastrointeritis, over-indulgence)

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Demealiorate

Created by: rombus

Pronunciation: dee - meel - eor - ate

Sentence: Sandra had a cooking jinx on her. She could demealiorate a frozen pizza. When she boiled water, the air began to smell foul. So, you can imagine the Thanksgiving feast her family was soon to be in for. Everyone was gladly offering to help cook or bring dishes. Funny thing was that Sandra actually considered herself to be a cooking genius. "Let's see, I think I'll start out with turkey beast, stuffed with makerel-raisen cornbread. Hmmmm potatoes mashed with curry/anchovie paste would be good but I'll leave the rolls alone this year.

Etymology: The base of this word is ameliorate (to make better or more tolerable, improve or grow better). The word meal is inserted and the prefix "de" is added which changes words to mean less smaller or decreasing.

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Putrifix

Created by: silveryaspen

Pronunciation: pee-u-tri-fix

Sentence: Ugh! I can tell by the smell, that Clalamity is in the kitchen putrifixing!

Etymology: A combo of pee-yew, putrid, and fix.

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COMMENTS:

perhaps this is the putrifix for a junk food addict - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-14: 15:34:00

Nice word and verbotomy-provoking. Are the words: rot, grot, scat, crap and odi putrifixes? Sorry, I better stop this rotolatry! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-14: 19:35:00

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Mopit

Created by: courty3303

Pronunciation: Mah-pit

Sentence: Did I mopit that dish?

Etymology:

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Yuckotash

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: yuhk-uh-tash

Sentence: People are reluctant to ask Joyce to a pot luck dinner. She insists on bring her infamous yuckotash. A few of the uninitiated will try it only to be forced to find a creative way to get rid of it without offending. Nobody has ever been brave enough to ask for her recipe to discover what ingredient triggers the gag reflex so effectively. They just know a second bite is not going to happen.

Etymology: yuck (used as an expression of disgust or repugnance) + succotash (a cooked dish of kernels of corn mixed with shell beans, especially lima beans)

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Swillify

Created by: yellowbird

Pronunciation: swill-if-eye

Sentence: Joan swillified her bouillabaisse to such a degree that she won an award from the James 'soup-in-Beard' Foundation. When she proudly placed the award next to her Gold Medal Horrible Haggis trophy, her husband simply sighed and put another frozen dinner in the microwave.

Etymology: swill + petrify

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metrohumanx I love SWILLIFY! - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:45:00

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Sheeshkebab

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: sheesh ke bab

Sentence: When Stephanie got creative in the kitchen, it was frightening. Her lamb kebabs became sheeshkebabs when she'd experiment with various rodents as a main course. What's next, Green eggs & Hamsters? Yuck!

Etymology: Shish kebab (cubes of meat marinated and cooked on a skewer usually with vegetables)& Sheesh (interjection used to describe disgust or distaste)

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Gastrick

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: gas trik

Sentence: Had she really thought about it, people only ever came to one of Meala's candlelight suppers once and never returned. Thinking that each meal was a gourmet adventure, it was actually a gastrick. Her guests(victims) labelled some of her signature dishes with names like: Smoked Salmonella, Ptomainto Soup, Ecoliflour with Cheese,Spaghetti Botulinese,DehliBelly Jelly,Beef Strokenough,Steak Torture,and Escergots.

Etymology: Gastric (relating to or involving the stomach) & Trick (an attempt to get you to do something foolish or imprudent)

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Cooksecrate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: cook/se/crate

Sentence: No matter what food she prepared she was able to cooksecrate it so no one could eat it.

Etymology: cook + desecrate

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Decocsecrate

Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: di/kokt/se/crate

Sentence: Jenny managed to decocsecrate whatever she cooked no matter how fine the cut of meat was, or how closely she followed the recipe.

Etymology: DECOCSECRATE - verb - from DECOCT (to cook, or boil food to extract the flavour) + DESECRATE (to destroy, or violate the sacredness of)

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Grunch

Created by: paintergrl1313

Pronunciation: grah-nch

Sentence: Mindy made a disgusting grunch of guinea pig stew.

Etymology: Gross: as in disgusting. Lunch: as in a meal.

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Maggotgagger

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: magətgagər

Sentence: Lucy was known for her wild forays into gastronomic adventure. This time she had created a real maggotgagger. Friends had been subjected to any number of her experiments before but this time it was just too much. Even her dog, Downchuck turned up his nose at Beef Melba. Calling it a sweet meat didn't help.

Etymology: maggot (a soft-bodied legless larva, esp. that of a fly found in decaying matter) + gagger (someone who chokes or retchs)

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makes me gag just reading the sentence - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:05:00

Disgusting; bot good - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-11: 21:28:00

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Disgustisize

Created by: jack189

Pronunciation: dis-gust-i-size

Sentence: Mary was going to make a simple stew, but she put so many spices in, she disgustisized it!

Etymology: Disgust(from disgusting, or horrible)+ isize(suffix used to make word a verb)

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Deadibles

TimTheEnchanter

Created by: TimTheEnchanter

Pronunciation: DED-i-bulls

Sentence: Rob was stumped. Lizzy couldn't stand the fact that his parents disliked her, so she insisted on hosting his parents for dinner in an attempt to make them like her more. Considering the last time she'd hosted a meal, 3 people ended up in the hospital he tried to convince her they should take his parents out. But she would not budge. "Well", Rob thought, "If we give them some of her deadibles, they probably won't be around to complain about her any more."

Etymology: Dead (no longer living) + Edibles (Food) Food that makes you dead = Deadibles

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A deaducational word! - Nosila, 2008-11-11: 20:48:00

Funny! - TJayzz, 2008-11-11: 23:33:00

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Breedersdigest

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: bree ders dijest

Sentence: When her guests fail to rave at her new recipes from her Breedersdigest Cookbook, Maisy figured she should stop cooking rodents and move further up the food chain.

Etymology: breeders (ie:guinea pigs, bacteria,) & digest (to consume a meal)

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Goatcuisine

Created by: Maxine

Pronunciation: goht kwi zeen

Sentence: Jen totally goatcuisined that marbled steak. It looks like burnt rubber. A ram might be interested, but really, what sensible being would want to eat her goatcuisine?

Etymology: goat, haute cuisine

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Prepaputrefy

Created by: denise

Pronunciation: pre-pu-PYOU-tri-FI

Sentence: The young woman worked tirelessly for hours over a hot stove prepaputrfying her first Christmas dinner. Sadly, it did not go well.

Etymology: a blend of prepare + putrefy

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Palaterrible

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: paləterəbəl

Sentence: Joan hates to waste anything. This includes food that she has kept a bit too long. Just last week she tried to pass off on her boy friend a palaterrible sandwich, made with sticky coldcuts that were making their own mayonnaise. He thought better of it and went out for lunch.

Etymology: palatable (pleasant to taste) + terrible (extremely and shockingly or distressingly bad or serious)

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Cuisinedegrade

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: kweh-ZEEN-de-grayd

Sentence: Caroline's one specialty was in the area of cuisinedegrade....she could make even beef wellington taste and look like pet food.

Etymology: Blend of 'cuisine' (a style or quality of cooking; cookery) and 'degrade' (lower the grade of something; reduce its worth)

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Retchipe

Created by: bananabender

Pronunciation: RECH - i - pee

Sentence: After Marla mixed and drank her healthy earth worm shake, Ron inquired which retchipe book she got her inspiration from.

Etymology: retch - to make an effort to vomit + recipe - list of ingredients and instructions for preparing a concoction of food or drink

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I like it!! - Mustang, 2008-01-14: 07:00:00

Retchipes for the wretched wreck of a cook gone bad! Great Creation! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-14: 11:20:00

very appropriate - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-14: 15:29:00

Some recipes are so bad, they sound almost ready to retch for! Nice word! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-14: 19:13:00

Its a retchtipe for disaster. Great word! - Tigger, 2008-01-15: 00:04:00

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Stewage

Created by: Tigger

Pronunciation: /styoo-ij/

Sentence: From the smell, Ron thought that the kitchen sink had backed up again, and he was making toward the closet with the plunger, when Bridget ran into him in the hall and said, "You do remember that my mother's coming over today, right? Oh, and I'm making lutefisk — it's a Swedish delicacy." We'd be having stewage for dinner tonight.

Etymology: Blend of 'stew' - to cook by simmering or slow boiling (Middle English, stewen "to bathe in a steam bath") & 'sewage' - liquid and solid waste carried off in sewers or drains (from Anglo-Fr. sewere "to drain off water")

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Clever! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-14: 11:48:00

funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-14: 11:51:00

Think I prefer a smorgasbord - but lets not get in a stew! Nice word. - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-14: 19:18:00

Served by a steward of course! - bananabender, 2008-01-14: 22:29:00

good word! - bananabender, 2008-01-14: 22:32:00

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Degustify

Created by: nsoodik

Pronunciation: dee-guss-ti-fie

Sentence: My wife makes a mean poached salmon, but when it comes to jambalaya, she can degustify the freshest ingredients into an unappetizing slop.

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Chucksuey

Created by: Biscotti

Pronunciation: ch uuk soo ee

Sentence: Everyone at the party agreed to order pizza after they tried the chucksuey Martha made and 3 people ended up in the restroom immediately with vomiting and other problems.

Etymology: Chuck - as in up-chuck or vomit. Suey - as in chop suey.

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Love it! - Nosila, 2011-08-19: 11:45:00

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Terramisu

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: terəmēsoō

Sentence: People love to invite Ruth to their parties. She is witty and funny. They did however learn their lesson about inviting her to a pot luck dinner. She brought what she referred to as tiramisu. Her fellow party goers called it terramisu. Being the creative person she is, Ruth did some substituting when she found herself short a few ingredients, hotdog buns for the lady fingers, tea for the coffee, and cottage cheese for the mascarpone. The final touch of chocolate chips subbing for powdered chocolate made it look like her dessert was infested with bugs. Everybody told Ruth how **interesting** her treat looked but nobody was brave enough to try a single bite.

Etymology: terror or terrible (your choice) + tiramisu (an Italian dessert consisting of layers of sponge cake soaked in coffee and brandy or liqueur with powdered chocolate and mascarpone cheese)

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terrafic term - Nosila, 2010-04-08: 15:31:00

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Recipust

Created by: chaiandallthatjazz

Pronunciation: res-i-pust

Sentence: n. There weren't enough napkins at the table to hide the recipust when Jenine wasn't looking. v. To my complete and utter shock, my new neighbor recipusted something that was once food (or at least certain parts of it were food to certain species in the food chain) and brought it over to my house. I had her try my cobbler last week..so I had to oblige and try her recipust. Actually, I lied and said I tried it that night with my husband, when in fact we couldn't even feed it to the dogs. We flushed it down the toilet.

Etymology: recipe + pus + disgust

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Muffet

Created by: Niarc

Pronunciation: Muff - ay

Sentence: The guests stared at the table in silence, wondering who would take the first bite. Susan had once again concocted one of her infamous muffets.

Etymology: A combination of 'Buffet' - a system of serving meals in which food where the diners serve themselves, and 'Muff' - A mistake or failure

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I'm sorry to have to ask, but is it just one word per user per definition? - Niarc, 2013-01-18: 05:51:00

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Catastronomic

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Cat-ass-tro-nom-ik

Sentence: No matter what meal Amelia prepared it always ended up a complete catastronomic affair. Her husband Joe was even thinking of divorce to save him from going bankrupt by having to order takeaways every evening.

Etymology: Catastrophic(a complete disaster) + Gastonomic(the art of cooking) ORIGIN Greek gastronomia from gaster 'stomach'

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great combo - Jabberwocky, 2008-11-11: 08:06:00

as appealing a meal as the ass of a cat. Like it. - rombus, 2008-11-11: 10:55:00

I like it - OZZIEBOB, 2008-11-11: 21:29:00

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Nastecoli

Created by: LoftyDreamer

Pronunciation: nast-ee-kol-eye

Sentence: Congolia's culinary experiments began to wear on her friends and family after her brother was rushed to the hospital with a bout of nastecoli from her latest mysterious concoction.

Etymology: nasty (yucky) + e. coli (bacteria causing extreme intestinal discomfort)

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Very good word - TJayzz, 2008-11-11: 23:30:00

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Congealomeal

Created by: treehous

Pronunciation: \kən-ˈjēl-ō-'mēl\ (kon-jeel-oh-meel)

Sentence: Nick warned Lucy not to add her own ingredients when they had guests for dinner, but she still managed to congealomeal the Shepherd's Pie

Etymology: congeal- from Old French congeler "freeze, thicken," from Latin congelare "to freeze together" meal- "food, time for eating," Old English mæl "fixed time, a measure, meal"

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Foop

Created by: flyingheadlice

Pronunciation:

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Cuisineriorate

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: kwi-ZEEN-e-or-ayt

Sentence: Lorraine's most notable skill in cooking was a remarkable ability to cuisineriorate most everything she cooked....she could make a dish like duck l'orange taste like canned cat food.

Etymology: Blend of 'cuisine' (a style or quality of cooking; cookery) and 'deteriorate' (to make or become worse or inferior in character, quality, value, etc)

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Alacommode

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: a/la/come/ode

Sentence: A local eatery serves their dinner alacommode. The chairs which are really toilet seats come in very handy to cleanse the palate between courses.

Etymology: a la mode + commode (toilet)

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COMMENTS:

Grossed me out! Sure got the point across! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-14: 11:24:00

Very interesting word and sentence. Sure give the occupational health and safety experts food for thought! - OZZIEBOB, 2008-01-14: 19:05:00

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Cuisinedefile

Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: Kwuh - ZEEN - de - fyl

Sentence: Serving up her snail, peanut butter, mushroom and okra stew, Althea had taken cuisinedefile to new dimensions.

Etymology: Cuisine + defile

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Guesstronomy

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: gess tron om mee

Sentence: Rose and Herb always hated being invited to her sister, Saffron's, for dinner. They enjoyed her company, but hated her cooking. Saffron had a knack for combining inedible and unpalatable concoctions. She did not believe in throwing out food and so she "used" up whatever had withered/expired/gone bad in her fridge, freezer or cupboards to make her ghastly meals. She often added critters and noxious plants she found around the neighbourhood to the mix. To make matters worse, guests had to guess what was in these creations. Saffron joked that this was her Guesstronomy skills at work. Any one who survived their hospital visits after her cooking refused to return. Wishing to spare her feelings, Rose & Herb pretended to eat, but never did actually partake of these horrible repasts. They thought Saffron should become an Army cook, in an enemy's army! Sam & Ella, Toe Maine, Steph Infection, Mr. E. Coli and Bott Chewlism were the only other guests that attended these feasts and they always came back for more!

Etymology: Guess (an estimate based on little or no information; a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence) & Gastronomy (the art and practice of choosing and preparing and eating food)

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COMMENTS:

Like it! - TJayzz, 2008-11-11: 23:31:00

libertybelle clever! - libertybelle, 2008-11-12: 10:26:00

metrohumanx I'm just mad about Saffron....Saffron's mad about me.... - metrohumanx, 2008-11-14: 02:40:00

They call you Mellow Yellow....Hah! - Nosila, 2008-11-14: 23:53:00

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Mangepoop

Created by: Dougalistic

Pronunciation: Monge-poop

Sentence: OMG!! What is in this shizz food type thing? It is complete mangepoop im tellin' ya!

Etymology: Comes from the French, Mange Tout which is a type of vegitable. Mange (meaning to eat) and Tout (meaning all). Also poop because it's like eating poo.

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Cordonblew

Created by: galwaywegian

Pronunciation: kor don bluu

Sentence: it was another of her special cordonblew lunches. It was better than the last one at least, he actually got to the bathroom before he blew this one!

Etymology: cordon blue, blew his lunch.

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Kudos and Chuckles! - silveryaspen, 2008-01-14: 11:21:00

very funny - Jabberwocky, 2008-01-14: 15:32:00

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Marbecue

Created by: G1GGSY11

Pronunciation: mar-be-cue

Sentence: the dinner was marbecued,totally under done and raw.

Etymology: mar- to spoil barbecue- a way of preparing food

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Alacommode

Created by: Jabberwocky

Pronunciation: a/la/come/ode

Sentence: A local eatery serves their dinner alacommode. The chairs which are really toilet seats come in very handy to cleanse the palate between courses.

Etymology: a la mode + commode (toilet)

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Cookacle

Created by: pebblekicker

Pronunciation: coo-kac-el

Sentence: Meg invited us over for dinner. We should never have accepted the invitation knowing that she is such a bad cook. The dinner was such a cookacle.

Etymology: cook+debacle

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Nauseats

mrskellyscl

Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: naw-zheets

Sentence: Alta's cooking was so disgusting that it was named nauseats by the poor wretches who came to dinner unaware of her atrocious cooking skills.

Etymology: nausea:the sensation that preceeds vomiting; feeling of disgust or revision + eats: food

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Unhappymeal

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: Un - hap - pee - me - ul

Sentence: Joseph and David wanted to go for fast food to celebrate their vectory over the stompin eagles. It had been 4 to 2 in the bottom of the ninth and David had hit a flyer out of the park. Boy would a Big Mac and Fries taste good right now!! But nooooo, mom said she was cooking up a real celebration instead. Mom was notorious for her inability to make even the easiest meals palatable. Joseph began to gird his insides in preparation for the assault. "Hey Davie, can you find me the beano, rolaids and pepcid? It looks like we're in for another unhappy meal tonight".

Etymology: Unhappy (general feeling of distress, unsuitable) + meal (food that is prepared and eaten, food served and eaten at a set time) + happy meal (special fast food meal for kids that they look forward to and enjoy)

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That's just McSad! - Nosila, 2008-11-11: 20:55:00

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Comments:

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-01-14: 00:01:00
Today's definition was suggested by zebrahdh. Thank you zebrahdh. ~ James

silveryaspen - 2008-01-14: 18:53:00
Great gross in your cartoon today ... from the critter's butt sticking up ... to the facial expressions ... to the hair on the bite on the fork ... even the colors were putrid combinations!

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-01-14: 19:49:00
I'm glad to hear you find my color sense is putrid. ~ James

bananabender - 2008-01-14: 20:49:00
What a regurgitreat of a day in Verbotomyland! The creative juices have been flowing freely today. Now, what am I gonna cook for dinner???

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2008-01-15: 00:03:00
We could always eat our words... ~ James

zebrahdh - 2008-01-17: 18:50:00
That's great illustration! Thanks for using my suggestion!

yellowbird - 2008-11-11: 13:36:00
Love it. Just like the joke about MPE's - Meals Pre-Excreted.

yellowbird - 2008-11-11: 13:41:00
that's what i get for using a new laptop - my comment ends up in the wrong place. I hope i didn't accidentally vote for myself too.

jack189 - 2008-11-11: 16:59:00
vote n disgustisive and demealiorize

jack189 - 2008-11-11: 17:00:00
whoops

Verbotomy Verbotomy - 2010-04-08: 00:13:00
Today's definition was suggested by zebrahdh. Thank you zebrahdh. ~ James