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Vermont:
maple syrup, because maple syrup comes primarily from the state of Vermont in the U.S.
Graveyard stew:
milk toast; buttered toast, sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon, and dropped into a bowl of warm milk
Axle grease:
butter -Synonyms: Cow paste or Skid Grease
Irish turkey:
corned beef and cabbage
Bridge party:
four of anything (from bridge the card game) -Synonyms: Bridge
Put out the lights and cry:
an order of liver and onions, "Lights" is a term sometimes used for the edible, mainly internal organs of an animal
Bubble Dancer:
dishwasher
Hot top:
hot chocolate
All hot:
baked potato
Cow juice:
milk -Synonyms: Baby juice, Moo juice, Sweet Alice
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