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Food - Idioms

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  • Something that is very likely to have unpleasant consequences in the end
    A RECIPE FOR DISASTER
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  • The best of a group of similar things
    THE CREAM OF THE CROP
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  • A very small amount of money
    PEANUTS
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  • To start eating something eagerly
    TO TUCK IN
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  • Calm and composed
    AS COOL AS A CUCUMBER
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  • To be a clever person who makes good decisions
    TO BE ONE SMART COOKIE
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  • For a very long time
    TILL THE COWS COME HOME
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  • Something that isn't tasty at first, but over time, as you eat more, becomes so
    AN ACQUIRED TASTE
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  • To be a person or thing that someone loves very much
    TO BE THE APPLE OF SOMEBODY'S EYE
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  • To know how to act and how to treat others to get what one wants
    TO KNOW WHICH SIDE ONE'S BREAD IS BUTTERED ON
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  • To eat only a small amount of food showing no interest or enjoyment while doing it.
    TO PICK THE FOOD
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  • To have a lot of energy
    TO BE FULL OF BEANS
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  • To be easy
    TO BE A PIECE OF CAKE
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  • To be made to go faster or be more powerful
    TO BE SOUPED UP
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  • To be very similar, identical
    TO BE LIKE TWO PEAS IN A POD
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  • Something that someone likes or is very good at
    SOMEONE'S CUP OF TEA
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  • Not to completely believe what a person says
    TO TAKE IT WITH A PINCH OF SALT
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  • Being upset over something that has already happened and cannot be changed
    TO CRY OVER SPILT MILK
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  • To be a bit hungry
    TO FEEL PECKISH
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  • Something worth thinking seriously about
    FOOD FOR THOUGHT
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  • To be bought quickly and in large amounts
    TO SELL LIKE HOT CAKES
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  • To become crazy
    TO GO BANANAS
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  • To eat quickly
    TO BOLT DOWN
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  • To eat too much, too fast or too noisily
    TO MAKE A PIG OF ONESELF
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