Culinary Crossword 2003-213 Cooking Utensils
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    2. The last of the common eating  utensils to be developed.
    5. Cook red cabbage in this and the  cabbage turns blue.
    8. A shallow concave container for  particular type of custard pie. (6,4)
    10. A pan for making miniature muffins. (3,3)
    11. Metal cooking vessel, usually with  a handle.
    12. Metal or pottery which has been  overlayed with a hard, glassy  substance.
    14. A communal social activity, a  piece of electronic equipment, and  a cooking appliance.
    15. To separate lumps from a powdered  material.
    16. A Canadian ground pork, veal and  onion pie, sometimes served cold.
    19. A deep, round metal cooking  utensil with one long handle.
    20. Poultry cutter.


    1. Cooking hole. (3,3)
    3. Kitchen appliance.
    4. According to many, the most  important kitchen utensil.
    5. An aviation, baseball, and food  processing term.
    6. The single, central kernel or  stone of certain fruits.
    7. A large young chicken over 3 1/2  lb.
    9. Made of heat-resistant material  and used for cooking.
    10. A gadget for extracting juice from  a species of Allium. (6,5)
    11. Goes with vegetable, potato and  apple.
    13. Atomic number 13.
    14. A fungus.
    15. Paella pan.
    17. An earthenware pot used to cook  stews in Spain, Central &  South America.
    18. The goat god.


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August 2011

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