from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A cucumber.
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- n. A cucumber
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. cylindrical green fruit with thin green rind and white flesh eaten as a vegetable; related to melons
There's a reason the cuke is the star of its own cliché.
Coconut milk combines with pineapple and banana in ways that will inspire you to come up with names like coconut delight, mean green fighting machine, or cuke rebuke depending on what you're juicing.
Inside the booze store, it was cool as a cuke, though, and some nice Motown was being pumped in.
Though my Kirby cuke purchase was a good buy, in general, low price is not why you go to these markets.
Small shards of intensely flavored cuke in sugar and vinegar, almost gherkin-like, with fresh basil.
Refrigerate both separately, but wait until the last minute to combine the two and fill the cuke cups.
Leave about ¼ inch of the cuke flesh attached to the sides and bottom of each cup.
This is almost exactly the same family recipe we have for cuke salad that I just blogged about, except that we don't heat the mixture.
A smear of cream cheese, a bit of horseradish, a thin (so thin) slice of the cuke, on bread with the crusts cut off.
I'd rather have a dancing cuke over these cakes, though.
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