cook-off


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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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Vendor applications for the craft fair, as well as entries for the chili cook-off, are now being accepted.
Each of the ten finalists was allowed to bring one chef to assist them in the kitchen on the day of the final cook-off.
The cook-off, organised by Indian chef and author Anita Sharma-James, was held at Jojolapa Restaurant, Birmingham.
All proceeds from the cook-off are donated to local charities.
While the cook-off is a tongue-in-cheek affair, the Killer Cookbook, which also features recipes from Jeffery Deaver, Ian Rankin and Kathy Reichs, is in aid of a serious subject.
More than 100 people attended the family fun event to watch the cook-off challenge.
The partners have been looking for someone to manage the new project and at the attraction yesterday morning, three of the candidates took part in the cook-off in the garden's Pavilion cafe to demonstrate their skills.
This time, a chowder cook-off will be held on Saturday, March 5.
The food made at the cook-off was of such a high standard, and it was inspiring to meet other chefs.
Amelia Island Convention & Visitors Bureau, a US-based citizen association located in Amelia Island, in Northeast Florida, has announced a schedule for the inaugural Great Southern Tailgate Cook-off (the event).
CELEBRITY chefs with scant experience behind the stove took part in a charity cook-off last night.
CELEBRITY chefs with scant experience behind the stove were in a charity cook-off.