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hot pot

noun, Chiefly British
1.
mutton or beef cooked with potatoes in a covered pot.
Origin
1690-1700
1690-1700
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Examples from the web for hot pot
  • The all-you-can-eat restaurant features a hot pot and a barbecue.
  • The cafe also serves hot pot pies and provides free validated parking.
  • It is primarily a sushi joint with a popular spicy hot pot accompaniment.
  • Later, feast on island fare: venison and rabbit hot pot, seasonal salads from seaweed-composted garden.
  • He has you haul the heavy, hot pot out to the grill to steam.
  • You'll appreciate this hot pot restaurant as much for its good food as for its warmly lit, inviting dining room.
  • It's all well and good to show a dog-meat hot pot, but it's leaving out a lot.
  • For dyed-in-the-wool vegetable lovers, try my vegetarian hot pot.
  • In the summer you want a cool pool not a hot pot anyway, so cover it.
  • Regular short plates sell best for hot pot among all consumers because of comparatively cheap prices.

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