outcook

outcook

(ˌaʊtˈkʊk)
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to cook more than or better than
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Andrew Smith, of Powburnbased artisan baker Bread and Roses, Chris Hume, of Alnwick's Market Tavern, and Paul Short, of Paul's Private Dining and the town's Outcook Home Cookery School, are among those appearing at the annual event.
England star: We're not big-time Charlies Beating was bad, but this was just a blip Big-game players will get us even DOWN AND OUTCook is bowled by South Africa's Dale Steyn in First Test ALASTAIR COOK has dismissed the notion that England are big-time Charlies.
Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard are hoping to outcook Jamie Carragher in October
From shopping to presentation, the teams have $20 and a mere two hours to outcook, outrazz, and outplate their competitors.
Black church folk during my childhood in Bennettsville, South Carolina, loved their pastors, treated them like royalty, and competed to see who could outcook and outdo the others in providing hospitality for a pastor's family.
amazing weekend of artisan treats and gourmet flavours The French gourmet will not only be showing offhis considerable culinary talents in the demonstration kitchen in Northumberland Hall, but will also be hosting two cookery lessons at the Outcook Home Cookery School.
Diners will sit down at communal trestle tables and most of the food will have been pre-prepared by Emma at the newly-launched Outcook Cookery School at Bondgate Without in Alnwick, where she is the resident chef.