|omelet served with spicy sauce||Spanish omelet|
|(Cooking) served in a liquor that is set aflame (especially a dessert)||flambe|
|(Cuisine) Creole stew consisting of rice and shrimp, spicy rice dish||jambalaya|
|(Food) dish made of whipped eggs that is cooked until set and (usually) filled with cheese or other vegetables (also omelet)||omelette|
|(French) edible snail usually served in its shell with a garlic and butter sauce, snail used as food||escargot|
|(Slang) waitress or waiter in a hash house (restaurant where cheap food is served)||hasher|
|(Spanish) devil, demon, Satan, spicy||diablo|
|a Benue-Congo language, Hawaiian feast//Luba, Luba-Lulua, party at which Hawaiian food is served and various Hawaiian entertainments are offered; Hawaiian dish containing taro leaves baked with coconut cream and chicken or octopus||luau|
|a dish of mussels cooked and served in their shells with a wine sauce||moules marinières|
|a trademark for a hot-tasting sauce made from peppers, vinegar, and spices, brand name of a spicy sauce made from red peppers||Tabasco|
|act of decreasing, act of lessening, act of diminishing, amount by which something is reduced, chemical reaction, decimalization of fraction, making fraction simpler, meiosis, reducing of something, simplification, smaller copy, thickened sauce||reduction|
|act of representing; state of being represented, fact of being served by representative, performance, picture, something described or stated, something spoken or done for another, statement inducing somebody to make contract, voting system or body of e...||representation|
|add sauce to food, enliven something, flavoring liquid for food, gravy, liquid condiment poured over food for extra flavor; something that spices, something that adds flavor; boldness, insolence (Slang); stewed and pureed fruit; vegetables served with ...||sauce|
|affect somebody with cold, chill, go quickly, injure growth of something, make something narrower, pinch something, pinch; frosty chill; small sip; small bite; sharp or spicy flavor, sever something, sharp flavor, sharp squeeze, small brief bite, small...||nip|
|amount served, assisting, act of helping; serving, portion of food served||helping|
|ancient tablets with laws inscribed, area on palm, arrangement of information in columns, band or panel on wall, enter information into table, flat surface for particular purpose, flat surface of gem, food served, front part of stringed instrument, ite...||table|
|angry, containing pepper, easily annoyed, spicy, piquant; peppered; sharp-tempered, irritable||peppery|
|animal gland used as food, pancreas or thymus of a young calf or lamb that is prepared and served as food||sweetbread|
|appetizing, dish that adds relish, kind of mint, not sweet, respectable, savory leaves, summer savory, tasty, having a pleasant flavor; fragrant, having a pleasant odor; appetizing; agreeable, pleasant; spicy, piquant||savory|
|area into which ball is served||service court|
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