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noun as in meat dish

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Within a year, he said “Boys, it works so effortlessly” to the team, and asked his wife for a nice supper of “Goulash soup and sweet pea soup” in his feeding tube.

New to the menu is salmon goulash, based on a recipe Tedla’s mother made for her father, who grew up in Italy.

Europe is known for its network of high-alpine huts, where you hike from lodge to lodge and eat dishes like goulash and spaetzle before retiring for the night in plush accommodations and then hiking on to the next hut the following day.

Veselka layered its latke with pork goulash, and Toloache added beef short rib chorizo.

The onus is on one man to hold this wacky goulash of punditry together: Mike Tirico.

The man who holds ABC/ESPN's wacky goulash of World Cup punditry together strikes viewers as a paragon of congeniality.

As he hesitated, the goulash upon the dish before him, Linke smiled.

As we drove into the great square at Goldap, a "goulash cannon," one of the German field kitchens, was smoking.

It is best to cook the Goulash at latter stage in a fireproof earthenware stewpan, in which it should be sent to table.

This is on the style of Hungarian potato and other succulent dumplings and may be served with goulash or as a meal in itself.

The Gypsies were gathered about the fire for their evening meal, and the scent of goulash came from the kettle.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to goulash, such as: stew, and olio.

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