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Vermont:
maple syrup, because maple syrup comes primarily from the state of Vermont in the U.S.
Dough well done with cow to cover:
buttered toast
Raft:
toast
A cup of mud:
a cup of coffee -Synonyms: Draw one
Coney Island chicken:
a hot dog, so called because hot dogs were popularly associated with the stands on Coney Island. -Synonyms: Coney Island
Wax:
American cheese
Soup jockey:
waitress
Flop two:
two fried eggs, over easy
Alka Seltzer:
seltzer, soda water -Synonyms: Balloon juice, Belch water
In the weeds:
a waitress/cook that can't keep up with the tables. Refers back to chefs' military roots, where being in the weeds would cause your army to be slaughtered.
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