cookhouse

[kook-hous]
noun, plural cookhouses [kook-hou-ziz] .
a building or place for cooking, especially a camp kitchen.

Origin:
1785–95; cook1 + house

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cookhouse (ˈkʊkˌhaʊs)
 
n
a place for cooking, esp a camp kitchen

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Example sentences
Fascinating artifacts are displayed throughout the museum and in the adjacent
  cookhouse.
The cabin's cookhouse is where everyone gathers to eat and spend time together.
In the cookhouse, hear the sizzle of salted ham in the skillet or help the cook
  make corn cakes.
The site has several well-preserved structures, including a cookhouse.
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