piccadillo


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piccadillo

(ˌpɪkəˈdɪləʊ)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling of picadillo
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Piccadillo rather fell on her sword trying to boss proceedings from the worst draw, but she appeared to take to the first-time blinkers peaceably enough and could pinch a nursery granted a quieter time up front and a kinder stall.
Add her personal travel stories and vacation photos to the mix and her tips on ingredients and substitutions and you have a powerful collection of such unique dishes as Trinidad Duck and Potato Curry, Piccadillo Chili Dog, and Cheese Grits with Three-Pepper Relish.
Piccadillo, tells them they must solve a mathematical puzzle before the class can be dismissed.
Mr Grant put to him that he had "embellished every innocent meeting with sexual piccadillos and filth" but he denied he had.