chow down


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chow down

vb
informal to eat heartily
n
1. an instance of chowing down
2. (Individual Sports, other than specified) the act of eating a large quantity of food, esp for competitive purposes
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There are few specific picks you should chow down on to boost your libido.
We'd suggest occupying her gob by having a good long chow down on some of those sour grapes.
So where better for him to go than Santa Clara, capital of Silicon Valley, home of $20 kale and spinach juices after yoga, to encourage people to chow down on buffalo wings, pulled pork nachos and footlong hot dogs and sink as much Bud Light as possible.
If you believe that culture really does chow down on strategy for its morning meal, you are at risk of going belly-up.
The Chow Down by Lynn April, publisher Halo Publishing, Int.
If they choose to chow down on your grass, they get a nasty, but non-lethal, bellyache, and the color of the grass teaches them that this stuff is bad to eat.
Grills Steakhouse, |Pontypridd Chow down on a 60oz monster mixed grill complete with rump steak, gammon, pork loin, lamb steak, chicken, sausages and stacks of chips.
Over this week, they've whittled the finalists down to just three and tonight, they have to produce an impeccable three-course dinner for the judges to chow down on (we'll bet Gregg goes well over on his WeightWatcher's points - might have to skip the weigh-in next week, eh fella?
Don't forget to chow down on the vegan corn dogs--you'll need the energy for the trek out of the wilderness to the spot where you think you left your car.
Depending on how long it takes you to chow down, your lunch break may be a perfect slot to zip through some work.
As well as the usual mix of stalls, hungry cowpokes could chow down on a barbecue.
6 -- color) Yellow-footed wallabies chow down on carrots, kale and yams at the zoo, where the variety of food ranges from fresh fruits and vegetables to dead animals to dried food.