KID'S KITCHEN TERMS

Appetizing:
anything advertised on TV.
Boil:
a point Mother reaches when hearing the automatic "yuk" before the food is even tasted.
Casserole:
a combination of favorite foods that go uneaten because they are mixed together.
Crust:
that part of a sandwich which is saved for the starving children of (check one): China, India, Africa or Europe.
Dessert:
the reason for eating a meal.
Evaporate:
a magic trick performed by children when it comes time to clear the table or wash the dishes.
Fat:
microscopic substance detected visually by children on pieces of meat they do not wish to eat.
Fiber:
nutrient found outdoors, such as in the sandbox.
Frozen:
condition of children's jaws when spinach is served.
Fruit:
a natural sweet not to be confused with dessert.
Hungry:
a constant condition of both well - nourished and malnourished children.
Leftovers:
commonly referred to as "gross".
Liver:
a food that affects genes, creating a hereditary dislike.
Measuring Cup:
a kitchen utensil usually stored in the toy box.
Napkin:
any article of clothing being worn, such as pants or shirt.
Peanut Butter:
staff of life.
Plate:
a breakable Frisbee.
Pot Luck:
when children fix dinner.
Refrigerator:
a very expensive and inexpensive room air conditioner.
Snack:
a meal lasting all day.
Soda Pop:
shake and spray.
Thirsty:
how your child feels after you have said your final goodnight.
Vegetable:
a basic food known to satisfy kid's hunger, but only by sight.
Water:
a popular beverage in underdeveloped countries.
Yukky:
half of the vocabulary of a child.
Yummy:
the other half of the vocabulary of the same child.

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