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fruit cup

n
(Cookery) a variety of fruits served in a cup or glass as an appetizer or dessert
fruit cocktail, fruit cup, fruit salad - Fruit cocktail (1922) is a mixture of sliced or diced fruits, and it is synonymous with fruit cup (1931); fruit salad (1861) is a salad composed of fruits.
See also related terms for salad.
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Chicken patty, mashed sweet potato, steamed spinach, fruit cup and milk.
Kennedy's Jacqueline half pineapple fruit cup JACQUELINE Bouvier fancied something fruity when she wed US senator John F Kennedy on September 12, 1953, in Newport, Rhode Island.
Del Monte[R] Occasions is inspired by well-known classics: Pineapple Mojito, Spicy Tomato, Fruit Cup and a new blend named Orchard Zest.
THE Kentucky Derby has for years had its famous mint juleps and now, at last, Britain's premier Classic can boast its own official cocktail - the Derby Fruit Cup.
From Dig-That-Earth-Day Hummus; So-Good Soba Noodle Nests; Handmade Fiesta Tortillas; and Baby Butterfly Cupcakes; to Cinnamon-Maple Crisps; Nature's Veggie Nachos; Back-To-Nature Fruit-Filled Meringues; and Power-Up Fruit Cup, the "Green Princess Cookbook" is a beautifully illustrated children's cookbook that is enhanced for aspiring young chefs with tips and ideas for environmentally friendly dining.
SMALL OFFERINGS Christmas Fruit Cup Cake, Fenwick and below, 12 Mini Christmas Cakes, The Heatherslaw Bakery.
Customers on selected Airbus flights will be able to buy a fresh sandwich, salad or fresh fruit cup from Udi's starting from 1 July.
Glue each piece to the inside bottom of a plastic fruit cup.
Put an ice cube and a couple of the raspberries and strawberry pieces in each glass, then pour the fruit cup on top.
As it stands now, "If the student gets a fruit cup, a salad, and a burrito, the nutritional analysis balances out.
The tray comes with mounting hooks, tray insert, dinner plate, thermal decanter, fruit cup, mug, bowl, bread/utensil holder, tumbler and pill cup.
Imagine finding a cockroach swimming in your fruit cup or mashed in the middle of your mac-'n'-cheese.