- adj. alternative spelling of short order.
- adj. of or relating to food that can be prepared quickly
“And suddenly the short-order cook isn't just aligned against the bad guys, but he's a war hero, with many medals to his name.”
“After spending time in jobs ranging from artist's model to lab technician at the Mosquito Genetics Project to short-order cook, she took training and became a computer programmer.”
“And they expense their lunches at restaurants that employ short-order cooks and buy insurance from small local brokers.”
“The conflict is minimal; so, seemingly, is the stress of unemployment on Larry though he does take a job, working in a Navy buddy's restaurant as a short-order cook.”
“I guess losing a short-order cook to an involuntary forty-eight-hour mental-health evaluation would be damned inconvenient.”
“I just enjoy screwing around with short-order cooks?”
“And short-order cooks work on largely the same basis as bistros, when you strip down all the minor variations on the menu.”
“In restaurant-speak, Apple has cornered the market on “fast food” (and by inference, short-order cooks), but has yet to find the model that drives fine chefs to create white tablecloth, extended dining experiences.”
“This is seen clearly in the "liar lien" scandal: the flood of short-order foreclosures that ignore standard legal procedures.”
“RISC is like a very efficient short-order cook who works off a limited menu. there's very little waste, but not that much variety.”
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