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- n. A small dish served as an accompaniment to a main course or entrée.
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- n. a dish that is served with, but is subordinate to, a main course
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His name was Harry Shaughnessy, and he belonged to that flock of gray men who made a daily, circular migration from the homeless camps along the river to the library, then to the Dorothy Day Center for a hot meal at noon, and then back to the library or on to Listening House or the Union Gospel Mission, where the bottomless cup of coffee came with a side order of Jesus Saves.
“Okay, give me an Eggs-Sothoth with a side order of The Spuds of Madness.”