In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cocinero masculinecocinera femininehe's a good cook — es muy buen cocinero
- to be chief cook and bottle-washer
- I'm not chief cook and bottle-washer here, you know — mira que yo no soy la sirvienta
- too many cooks spoil the broth — muchas manos en un plato hacen mucho garabato
- One of the beautiful things about this open-plan restaurant is that you can watch the cooks prepare your food as you enjoy the surroundings.
- Many have open kitchens where you can see firsthand that there are no health-code violations, plus you can watch the cooks preparing your food.
- She was a great cook and excelled at preparing food.
- I'm not going to eat something a cook prepares if she doesn't taste it first.
- The U.S. Department of Agriculture outlines food handling tips to help cooks prepare turkeys that won't cause sickness.
- Johnny, who was a professional cook, prepared a roast calf and served it with his ever so special mashed potato-gravy sauce.
- Or, a cook might prepare ‘fried corn,’ by cutting the grains off of the cob and creaming them in a skillet.
- In addition to the pre-packaged food, a cook prepares a selection of three hot buffet style meals and one salad daily.
- Pat always eats on board and even has a full-time cook to prepare the finest food on his salubrious floating residence.
- The biggest change in food television over the last five years has been the move away from showing cooks prepare food to revealing how they manage their careers and lives.
- All over America on this day, short order cooks and chefs were making eggs over easy with great success.
- Instead, the heady aroma of cooking kept everyone awake and waiting to taste the fare prepared by a native cook, who donned the role of lecturer for the day.
- The competition, held annually as part of the wine festival, brings together fine pastry chefs and cooks from the region's restaurants and hotels to compete.
- It's not her fault the cook hasn't prepared my food properly.
- The cook prepared a small bag of food for the girl's journey; she tied it to her travel sack.
- He teaches his cooks to prepare his recipes, his way.
- Phoenix sat back and watched as they gorged themselves on all manner of foods the cooks had so nicely prepared for her.
- But when I got home I found that our cook had prepared this delicious chicken, and I just couldn't say no!
- I knew a cook who would routinely prepare an extra portion for himself to eat before he came to table.
- I became aware of the cooks preparing food for us, and the servers serving us, and I began to feel grateful that they were all working so that I could sit!
1(prepare)(food/meal) hacer(meal/food) preparar
2informal(falsify)(books/accounts) amañar informal
1(prepare food)(person) cocinar(person) guisarcan you cook? — ¿sabes cocinar / guisar?
2(become ready)(food/meal) hacerse
3informal(happen)what's cooking? — ¿qué se está cociendo?
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