D.C. Dictionary: The Diner Slang Dictionary

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Paint a bow-wow red:
a hot dog with ketchup
Mike and Ike:
salt and pepper shakers -Synonyms: The twins
High and dry:
a plain sandwich without butter, mayonnaise, or lettuce
Mully:
beef stew, so called because "Bossy" was a common name for a cow. -Synonyms: Bossy in a bowl
Adam's ale:
glass of water -Synonyms: City juice, Dog soup, Windmill Cocktail
Pigs in a blanket:
a ham (sometimes a sausage) sandwich
Clean up the kitchen:
a plate of hash -Synonyms: Sweep the kitchen, Sweepings
Wreath:
cabbage
Roach cake:
raisin cake or huckleberry pie -Synonyms: Fly cake
Bucket of cold mud:
a bowl of chocolate ice cream
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