boil-in-the-bag


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boil-in-the-bag

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boil-in-a-bag

adj
(of food) able to be boiled in a sealed bag until ready to eat
Translations

boil-in-the-bag

[ˌbɔɪlɪnðəˈbæg] adj (rice) → da bollire nel sacchetto
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Uncle Ben's Boil-in-the-Bag Long Grain Rice (500g) is half price at PS1.49.
Mexican Food Made Simple Channel 5, 7.30pm The nearest most of us come to proper Mexican grub is a plate of chilli con carne knocked up from a jar with some boil-in-the-bag rice, or maybe a boxed fajita kit, all washed down with a bottle of imported lager in a see-through glass bottle.
His top 10 fads also include Athena's once ubiquitous Man and Baby poster, Tupperware parties and boil-in-the-bag dinners.
For anyone who might not have heard, Kirk was rushed back into hospital yesterday after trying to make boil-in-the-bag rice.
"They are fully cooked and are simply heat-and-eat that can be prepared either in the microwave or boil-in-the-bag," Scott Dockendorff, vice president, of the Morrell, Prince Edward Island, Canada-based firm, tells Grocery Headquarters.
Harry said troops away from main garrisons were fed 24-hour ration packs that include a notorious boil-in-the-bag corned-beef hash known as corned-beef gash.
Dinner is a sachet of onion soup, boil-in-the-bag curried lamb and cooked basmati rice, followed by fruit dumplings in custard.
Continuing its policy of continually investing in modern food processing technology, Glendale Frozen Foods has added a Multivac thermo form-fill-seal machine for the online production of boil-in-the-bag and rigid vacuum packaging.
Inside they find ration packs, fondly known as rat packs, with a range of boil-in-the-bag meals and snacks.
By item, the largest proportion of total respondents, 37%, said they would hoard mineral water, followed by canned goods at 29% and boil-in-the-bag food at 27%.
This is an elementary principle of cultural formation in America, yet its inverse has seldom been applied to white culture, and is actively discouraged by the boil-in-the-bag models of multiculturalism that have succeeded the rusty old melting pot.
But when you're dodging bullets on the front line, the last thing on your mind is whether the chicken in your boil-in-the-bag ration pack comes from a free-range farm.