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FOOD & DRINK
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Most of the answers to this crossword have something to do with the subject of FOOD AND DRINK
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2. Used for weighing ingredients, when cooking.
5. Vegetable similar to a pea; popular in Britain, in tomato sauce.
6. Type of fruit, often used in drinks.
7. Put this in your drink on a hot day.
9. Drink to finish a meal with.
10. A salmon is one, so is a sardine.
13. Like a tart, but upside-down.
14. Fruit often used in 13 - can be green, red, or yellow.
16. A slice of beef, usually grilled.
18. Cereal much used in Oriental cooking.19. White crystals used in food
1. It is often eaten at tea time.
3. Popular breakfast cereal.
4. Hot pot of meat and vegetables.
8. Kind of potato associated with 10 across in a classic English meal.
9. It's made friom milk, and its most common form is called "Cheddar".
11. You usually do this while you eat
12. Vegetarians do not eat this.
15. Outside of an orange or other types of fruit.17. Do you prefer your potatoes boiled __ mashed ?
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