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cook-off

[′ku̇k ‚ȯf]
(ordnance)
A cartridge fired by environmental heat, because it remained in the chamber of an overheated weapon.
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Fusion Impossible" Eight of the country's most talented kid chefs come together to battle it out in Rachael Ray's Kids Cook-Off.
It was suggested that day that we do a chowder cook-off and I thought, `Why not?
The cook-off will feature around 30 professional teams and 10 amateur teams.
This year it was also awarded the third place "Judge's Choice" at the Chowder Cook-Off.
The grand cook-off takes place at Tyne Metropolitan College in North Tyneside, on Friday, March 13, during National Science and Engineering Week.
Three finalists will be chosen to go to London to compete in a cook-off, with James Tanner judging their creations.
Mail recipe entries to National Beef Cook-Off Entries, ANCW, P.
In predicting presidential races, the great cookie cook-off is three for three.
Comdex's hottest (sic) moment is rather the annual Micrografx Chili Cook-Off, a giant benefit party that packs the University of Nevada's sports arena with thousands of guests, eager to taste more than 40 different varieties of chili, rub shoulders with industry celebrities, and watch armadillo races.
California Cook-Off with Chef Ben Ford for a chance to win an all expense paid trip to LA.
Guy: Kids Cook-Off Premieres Sunday, September 8th at 8pm ET/PT on Food Network
FORMER Big brother favourite Liam McGough will be donning his pinny in a kitchen cook-off against students.