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Gormandise
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Gormandise: Eat greedily stuff oneself with food gulp down food (also gormandize)
Gourami
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Gourami: A very largo East Indian freshwater fish (Osphromenus gorami), extensively reared in artificial ponds in tropical countries, and highly valued as a food fish. Ma
Gourmandise
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Gourmandise: (French) esteem or uncontrolled enjoyment of good food and drinks (such as wines)
Granola
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Granola: Breakfast food made from a combination of grains and dried fruit and nuts
Grape
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Grape: (Bot.) A well-known edible berry growing in pendent clusters or bunches on the grapevine. The berries are smooth-skinned, have a juicy pulp, and are cultivated in
Grateful
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Grateful: Having a due sense of benefits received kindly disposed toward one from whom a favor has been received willing to acknowledge and repay, or give thanks for, ben
Gravy
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Gravy: The juice or other liquid matter that drips from flesh in cooking, made into a dressing for the food when served up. Liquid dressing for meat, fish, vegetables, et
Greedy
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Greedy: Having a keen appetite for food or drink ravenous voracious very hungry followed by of 6. as, a lion that is greedy of his prey. 7. Having a keen desire for anyt
Grill room
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Grill room: Restaurant where meat is grilled and served restaurant where grilled food is served
Grilling
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