Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of hot pot.

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  • noun a stew of meat and potatoes cooked in a tightly covered pot

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Examples

  • One netizen posted a cheeky spoof restaurant calendar that says "Swill Oil" at the top and names 13 of the city's biggest-name hotpot restaurants at the bottom.

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  • One netizen posted a cheeky spoof restaurant calendar that says "Swill Oil" at the top and names 13 of the city's biggest-name hotpot restaurants at the bottom.

    Chinalyst - China blogs in English

  • First we went to a famous old shopping street and then we tried a traditional Szechuan 'hotpot'

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  • Unlike many of its British equivalents mash, hotpot, steamed puddings, even the surprisingly similar pease puddings which preceded the potato in this country, dal is a dish which can comfort all year round: the fresh, sharp spices and clean herbs work as well for me on a cooling summer evening as a dark winter's night.

    How to cook perfect dhal

  • Once upon a time, eating in a college dorm meant soup in a hotpot or getting pizza delivered.

    Food and Drink

  • I have the most unusual dipping sauce recipe for mizutaki or Chinese styled hotpot (Asian fondue) that uses fresh tarragon.

    Sukiyaki at Kappo

  • Another wonderful Japanese hotpot communal meal which can easily be made to highlight the different seasons.

    Sukiyaki at Kappo

  • To make the soldering iron, one must first fill up his hotpot with water.

    Boing Boing

  • If you crave the typical British fare served at Limehouse in the evenings, the kitchen can accommodate at lunchtime and serve you a petite fish (fresh red mullet) and chips with vinegar and tartar sauce (HK$78), a Lancashire hotpot of tender, juicy lamb and gratin potato slices on top, or a classic shepherd's pie with stewed lamb shoulder and mashed potatoes (HK$138), provided you can afford to sit a bit longer for lunch.

    Fish & Chips in Wan Chai

  • Her tea-and-spice-smoked chicken with Yang Chow pork and shrimp fried rice and snap peas sautéed in XO sauce is a staple on Lantern's menu and the seafood hotpot, which comes in a broth with spring rain noodles, fresh lime leaf and baby bok choy, speaks to her affection for big flavors.

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