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'Hangry' Can Now Be Found in the Oxford English Dictionary

'Hangry' Can Now Be Found in the Oxford English Dictionary

But somehow the ‘hanger’ is not yet officially real

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The Oxford English Dictionary has officially added over 1,000 new words to its pages, including the terms “hangry,” “me time,” and “swag.” Before any new words can be added to the 829,000 already in the Oxford English Dictionary, they must go through the rigorous process of being vetted by researchers and experts, who consider examples of usage to determine whether each candidate is, in fact, worthy of being a dictionary word.

The OED defines hangry as: “bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.” Although the word has only recently become common, researchers found at least one instance of the word dating to 1956, when it appeared in a psychoanalytic journal.

Other food-related words in the latest update include: agar, a gelatinous substance obtained from seaweed; frugivore, an organism that eats primarily fruit; self-saucing, which describes a dish that is cake-like on top and fluid at the bottom; and shumai, a dumpling from Chinese cuisine.

Interestingly, the dictionary has not added a related sense for the word “hanger,” but we’ve always known that the “hanger” is real — the emotion has prompted numerous acts of violence including a woman stabbing her ex-boyfriend and a McDonald’s customer firing a gun in the air, along with less ferocious acts like an Amtrak passenger ordering pizza to his stalled train.

Still don’t think you’re able to recognize the symptoms of “hanger”? Here are 6 signs you’re getting hangry!


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


Meaning of recipe in English:

1 A set of instructions for preparing a particular dish, including a list of the ingredients required.

  • &lsquoMost of the recipes are simple to prepare and follow short ingredient lists.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFollowing a traditional recipe, the scientists prepared the maize and analysed the contents.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe was stuck in the kitchen, surrounded by recipes and various ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSuch recipes often include a list of ingredients that can be found within the store.&rsquo
  • &lsquoExotic dishes are explained in a simple way and therefore the recipes are easy to prepare at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoFor our recent dinner I made at least nine different dishes from this recipe book.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHe always started with his special thick and creamy soup, prepared to a secret recipe and reserved for him alone.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe basic instructions are the same for all the recipes listed here.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt was my mother's recipe, the first of her recipes I tried to prepare since her death that winter.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMacaroon recipes have appeared in cookery books since at least the late 17th century.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs you look through the cookbook, make sure the recipes include ingredients you like or are willing to try.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShe had the opportunity to work with various ingredients and recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI don't measure the ingredients and I never give recipes with exact ingredients.&rsquo
  • &lsquoYou will find the ingredients for these recipes are easy to find and the cooking time is usually minimal.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs with all recipes, the ingredients are probably the best place to start.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs it is almost upon us, I have opted for some quick, easy recipes using ingredients that you probably have at home.&rsquo
  • &lsquoWe will be offering a seafood cookbook with recipes for several savory lobster dishes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe extensive index lists contributors and their recipes for quick reference.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer contribution included compiling a cookery book after pestering celebrity chefs for recipes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoShort fables and wise sayings are mingled with recipes, lists, and jokes.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe first alternative is a shortcut to insolvency, the second, a recipe for discontentment and civil unrest.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAllowing ideology to drive science is a recipe for second rate science.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt is a recipe for further volatility in the lead up to next year's elections.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis has of course always been a recipe for dictatorship and terror.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis is a recipe for a non-functioning society, since robust public life would become impossible.&rsquo
  • &lsquoI'm not sure if that's a good thing or a recipe for lots of awkwardness.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAdd in a few British classic cars and you have a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThey proved that to have a good sense of humour is definitely a recipe for success, especially with the younger crowd.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe clash, at the pivotal point of the march, was a recipe for chaos as tens of thousands of demonstrators piled forward along the street.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAny offer to cover cost overruns even before construction begins is a recipe for making cost overruns a certainty.&rsquo
  • &lsquoSending refugees to some rural area where there is nothing going on is, by contrast, a recipe for instability and resentment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoIt sounds like a recipe for disaster, yet everyone on board the flight survived.&rsquo
  • &lsquoBut if people see this as a recipe for some sudden improvement in prices, they'd be mistaken.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAnd given the past colonial history in the region, that's not a recipe for unification.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThat, ultimately, is a recipe for corrupt government, if this sort of thing is allowed to flourish.&rsquo
  • &lsquoPinning your hopes on the state is a recipe for disappointment.&rsquo
  • &lsquoConcentrating on consumption at the expense of production is a recipe for prolonging recessions.&rsquo
  • &lsquoAs we know, state ownership is not a recipe for successful film production.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThe equation is very simple - high powered cars on poor quality roads is not a recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoHer willingness to be raunchy on screen was a major ingredient of her recipe for success.&rsquo
  • &lsquoMedical recipes, then and now, can often seem confusing because of their wealth of abbreviations and symbols.&rsquo
  • &lsquoThis work-diary is composed of medical recipes written in a technical and highly abbreviated Latin.&rsquo

Origin

Late Middle English from Latin, literally ‘receive!’ (first used as an instruction in medical prescriptions), imperative of recipere.


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