Vegemite


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Vegemite

(ˈvɛdʒɪˌmaɪt)
n
1. (Cookery) trademark a vegetable extract used as a spread, flavouring, etc
2. (not capital) informal a child, esp one who is well-behaved
3. happy little vegemite informal a person who is in good humour
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As you read this, they are sussing each other out and wondering if a producer is about to appear with some Vegemite sandwiches and directions to a hot shower.
As you read this they are all sussing each other out and wondering if a producer is about to appear with some Vegemite sandwiches and directions to a steaming shower.
It was there that I first heard of Vegemite (Australia's paste made from yeast extract that is spread on toast) and learned that a restroom could be called a "loo.
I made beef cheeks with a red wine and vegemite reduction.
Vegemite Energy Drink: Vegemite took to their Facebook page to announce their new energy drink product, Vegemite iDRINK 2.
There is no such thing as a gray area with Vegemite.
Mondelez manufactures a number of iconic brands, including Cadbury, Kraft and Vegemite.
He was stripped, his wrists and ankles tied by cable wires; his buttocks was coated with Vegemite and was penetrated with a toy rubber chicken which was also forced into his mouth - the court heard from a case of a young sailor's on Monday night aboard the HMAS Newcastle.
THE Australians are no doubt choking on their Vegemite sandwiches again now that Gower's Rhossili Bay has once more edged out some of the Aussies' most prestigious beaches such as Bondi and Turquoise Bay from travel website TripAdvisor's 2014 list of the Top Ten Beaches in the world.
During my three days on board, I eat like a king (or at least like a pop star or former Deputy Prime Minister), tucking into full Australian breakfasts (with Vegemite on toast, of course) and a variety of grilled delicacies, including saltwater barramundi, emu and kangaroo for lunch and dinner.