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Burn the British:
toasted English muffin
Dog soup:
glass of water -Synonyms: Adam's ale or City juice or Windmill Cocktail
Bossy in a bowl:
beef stew, so called because "Bossy" was a common name for a cow. -Synonyms: Mully
Put a hat on it:
add ice cream
A blonde with sand:
coffee with cream and sugar
Bridge:
four of anything (from bridge the card game) -Synonyms: Bridge party
Flop two:
two fried eggs, over easy
Clean up the kitchen:
a plate of hash -Synonyms: Sweep the kitchen, Sweepings
Vermont:
maple syrup, because maple syrup comes primarily from the state of Vermont in the U.S.
Cackle fruit:
eggs -Synonyms: Cackleberries
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