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  • v. Present participle of pod.


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  • She probably doesn't give a damn about pod slurping or car podding.


  • This is where, every year, the world's keenest young chefs have come to stand for hours over long stainless steel tops podding peas, fiddling with strange foodstuffs and helping in the minutely detailed preparations of the 44 dishes served to each of the 50 privileged customers every night.

    How a wartime romance gave birth to the best restaurant in the world

  • But lots of veggies are looking great: The peas are podding and the onions, once grasslike wisps in late winter, are now robust.

    Groundwork: The dirt on onions

  • The key, he said, was to be able to make a long cast, drop the fly close to the fish (dinner plate sized area) see the fly and as the podding fish move towards wait until the fly disappear them set the hook.

    So Cal Skinny Water Carpin'

  • And peeling is fine when you just buy a bag every now and again but currently it's my gardening duty to eat a large bowlful every night so I'm being kinda slack about the double-podding!


  • I was podding broad beans for the freezer at 11pm last night!

    One more time!

  • Entertaining searches this week include this as well as "podding hutches" and "hatred of whites".

    The Devil's Kitchen

  • But at present Dan Tugwell was as tender to the core as a marrowfat dallying till its young duck should be ready; because Dan was podding into his first love.


  • Quath sent a sharp command to her podding subtask brain, willing its nervous dance to cease.

    Tides Of Light

  • In fact, there is good evidence that high K levels in the podding zone can increase the number of pops (unfilled kernels) due to decreased calcium availability.

    Chapter 9


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