Cooking Taught Me a New Word

Here’s my dinner.

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It’s beef with bean sprouts, onions, a spicy sauce, and garlic stems. Or so I called them. Turns out that the correct term for garlic stems is garlic scapes. I had no idea. Even my iPhone thinks it isn’t a word. It’s underlined.

So, you never know when you’ll learn a new word. What have you learned recently? Any interesting words?

10 thoughts on “Cooking Taught Me a New Word”

  1. I started working for an auction house and I never knew what “foxing” meant for art pieces. It means spots or stains. Who knew? 😳 Your dinner looks very healthy.

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