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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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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COMMENTS:

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

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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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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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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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COMMENTS:

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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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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Nauseats

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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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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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COMMENTS:

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

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Palaterrible

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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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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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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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