Verboticism: Maggotgagger

'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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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