To rustle up

To gather or find by searching; as, to rustle up some food for supper.

See also: Rustle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Kids learn about where food comes from as well as how to rustle up something tasty.
The study also discovered that over 90 percent of parents said they have taught their children how to cook, with just six percent happy to let somebody else teach their offspring how to rustle up a treat in the kitchen.
Here, he shows us how to rustle up chicken liver parfait with a spicy coating, French stew pot-au-feu and a ham hock terrine as he explores the world of preserved meats.
Four per cent even admitted they had got someone else to rustle up a meal and claimed the credit in an attempt to impress their friends.
NIMBLE-fingered cooks are being invited to rustle up some tasty treats to sell at a country market.