D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Burn one:
put a hamburger on the grill
Give it shoes:
an order to go, a takeaway order. Itís to go. -Synonyms: Go for a walk, Let it walk, On wheels
Coney Island chicken:
a hot dog, so called because hot dogs were popularly associated with the stands on Coney Island. -Synonyms: Coney Island
Hail:
ice
Noah's boy:
a slice of ham (Ham was Noah's second son)
Flop two, over easy:
fried egg flipped over (carefully!) and the yolk is still very runny. That means the other side is cooked for a few seconds
Radar Range:
microwave oven, from the Amana Radarange, whose parent company, Raytheon, was the first to manufacture and market the microwave oven.
Adam's ale:
glass of water -Synonyms: City juice, Dog soup, Windmill Cocktail
Jack Benny:
cheese with bacon (named after the famed comedian)
GAC:
Grilled American cheese sandwich. This was also called "jack" (from the pronunciation of "GAC")
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