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  • verb Present participle of recook.

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Examples

  • I asked the manager if instead of recooking the steak for a third time, to please just cook a new one, and I would take it to go. (at this point, my wife is nearly finished with her meal) The manager looked clearly uncomfortable with the request, offering several excuses as to why that would be inconvenient, finally saying that it would take too long.

    Black Bear Diner And The Thrice Cooked, Twice Eaten Steak Of Disappointment - The Consumerist

  • In Italian cooking there is no tremendous effort expended toward recooking with new ingredients, and in a different style, a food that was served in another style the day before.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • In Italian cooking there is no tremendous effort expended toward recooking with new ingredients, and in a different style, a food that was served in another style the day before.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • In Italian cooking there is no tremendous effort expended toward recooking with new ingredients, and in a different style, a food that was served in another style the day before.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • In Italian cooking there is no tremendous effort expended toward recooking with new ingredients, and in a different style, a food that was served in another style the day before.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • With thousands of gamblers in good luck, and thousands of sailors in port, why should not the saloons of the dock regions resound also with politics -- a politics of ultra-marine color -- Corkey recooking and warming the cold statesmanship of his newspaper, breaking the counter with his fist, paying gorgeously for both drinks and glasses, smiling when the sailors expel outside politicians and at last rocking the building with his sneeze.

    David Lockwin—The People's Idol

  • We did not actually go supperless to bed, for by recooking the bear's meat, we managed to eat it; but we did not partake of a morsel more than was necessary to satisfy our hunger, though Caesar enjoyed a good meal.

    In the Wilds of Florida A Tale of Warfare and Hunting

  • The Top Chef editors went out of their way to portray Team Angelo as a hurricane of late prep, frantic plating and last-minute recooking.

    Slashfood

  • How do we know what IBM is cooking up in its labs while Facebook is putting to use lessons learned from folks such as LinkedIn, Google (Orkut) and others and recooking it.

    Planet MySQL

  • The trick, says chef Suzi Lundergan, is to reheat food without recooking it.

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