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Definition of the noun hotpot
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noun - plural: hotpots
- a stew of meat and potatoes cooked in a tightly covered pot
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International Conference, ICCIC 2011, held in Wuhan, China, September 17-18, 2011. Proceedings by Min Zhu
The hotpot is the multimedia technology combination with the computer screen, tv screen and mobile screen. The key of this technology is ...
From the Source - Japan (2016)
by Lonely Planet Food
' For visitors, this chicken hotpot is an addictive treat after working harder in the fields than they are probably used to. TORINABE Chicken and vegetable hotpot Serves 4 Preparation time: 10.
by Lonely Planet
The Chongqing hotpot is a force to be reckoned with but must be approached with a ...
Lonely Planet China (2015)
by Lonely Planet, Damian Harper, Piera Chen, Min Dai, David Eimer, Tienlon Ho, Robert Kelly, Shawn Low, Emily Matchar, Daniel McCrohan
The Chongqing hotpot is a force to be reckoned with but must be approached with a stiff upper lip (and copious amounts of liquid refreshment). If you want a hotpot pitched between spicy and mild, select a yuanyang hotpot (yuanyang huoguo), ...
A Global History by Michelle Phillipov
They are eaten throughout China, but the hotandspicy mala hotpot is a speciality of Sichuan province. It was originally served as a cheap dish for dock workers, with the thick layer of oil helping to mask the unpleasant aromas of lowcost ...
by Francis Morgan
Four SeasonsHotpot City Hotpot is the star attraction. With a wide range of standard and exotic ingredients on the buffet, and two choices of Asian soup base. There is also a good selection of Western dishes from stews to roasts and pasta.
Outsmarting Google (2011)
Seo Secrets to Winning New Business by Bradley Bailyn Evan Bailyn, Evan Bailyn
Hotpot is a site that lets people rate and review restaurants, museums, and other venues, and those ratings and reviews become a part of your personalized search results (see Figure 13.4). Eventually, those ratings and reviews become a part ...
Top 10 Beijing (2007)
by Andrew Humphreys
Guizhou Luo Luo Suan Tang Yu Sharing a hotpot is an essential Beijing experience and there's no better place to do it than on beguiling “Ghost Street.” The décor may be a bit dingy but ingredients are fresh and the broth and dipping sauces ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
Also called kari kari karela South Asia Bitter gourd Karelian hotpot See karjalanpaisti Karelian open pasties Finland Rye dough formed intoanovalboat shape, filled with a cooked savoury rice mixture, baked in the ovenand served warm with a ...
by Maurice Waite
hotpot (also Lancashire hotpot) n. Brit. a casserole of meat and vegetables with a covering layer of sliced potato. hot potato n.
by Martin H. Manser
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by Jonathon Green
hotpot n [Horseracing] ahorse that hasbeen very heavily backed. hotsheet trade ...
The Anti-jargonist, Or a Short Introduction to the Hindoostanee Language, ... Being Partly an Abridgment of The Oriental Linguist, ... By the Author of the Hindoostanee Dictionary (1800)
by John Gilchrist
hotpot, ileep, repofe,, ( к.) to wallow. Loo/pooree,a, watercreffes. Lu/,hur, ftiff.
by David A. Bender
hotpot Baked *stew or casserole of meat or fish, topped with sliced potatoes. hot sauce A tomato sauce with ...
The Classic First Edition by H. W. Fowler
hotchpot, hotchpotch, hodgepodge, hotpot. The first is nearest to the original form (Fr. hochepot = shakepot) ; 2, 3, & perhaps 4, are successive corruptions dictated by desire for expressiveness or meaning when the real sense ...
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue by Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Barry Cryer, Jon Naismith
Humbug Hospice Equestrian discharge Hospital Prostitute's lubricant Hotpot Stolen drugs Hh. Humpty Dumpty One who is humped and dumped Hundred.
by Paul Fieldhouse
foods include Tibetan hotpot, tsampa steamed dumplings, braised duck, and yak meat. A Tibetan monk uses a power drill to mix yak milk tea at the Drepung monastery during the annual Shoton, or Yogurt festival, near Lhasa,Tibet. (Goh Chai ...
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Hole in the wall in Peking. Excellent hot pot.
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- HotPot Prep
$10-15 a head again. A great selection of meat and seafood and veg items.
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Scrabble value of H4O1T1P3O1T1
The value of this 6-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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