Verboticism: Cuisineriorate

'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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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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Terramisu

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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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COMMENTS:

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

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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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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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COMMENTS:

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

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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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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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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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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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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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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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