- under- + cook (Wiktionary)
“May, 1997 corrector Carolyn M. Fay, Electronic Text Center Changed "undercook" to "undertook" on page 440 etextcenter@virginia. edu.”
“I tend to undercook the endings in the first draft just to get the damned thing done!”
“The stabbing of Polonius hiding behind the arras (curtain) could very well be from the murder of an undercook by Oxford when he was 17, most likely because the cook was hiding as a spy for William Cecil, who along with Francis Walsingham, had a spy network to check on the royal wards, and all other royals. blog comments powered by Disqus”
“Put her in a kitchen, she could burn water, undercook cereal, blacken air.”
“E. coli is especially dangerous in ground beef, among the most common food items it contaminates, because Americans often undercook their hamburgers, Mr. Vilsack said.”
“It is easy to undercook it very slightly in the center because there is so much fruit in it giving off extra liquid into the batter as the cake bakes.”
“Will it overcook or undercook whatever you stick in the designated slots?”
“(On our first visit, our saintlike waitress ended up preparing half of the dinner for us, worried that we'd overdo the meat or undercook the dumplings.)”
“In fact, you can undercook them a little, knowing that the cooking will continue for a brief time after they come off the heat.”
“Do not undercook or it will look raw in finished product.”
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