Verboticism: Terramisu

'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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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