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Food Idioms

FOOD IDIOMS GOURMANDIA Slower than Molasses Molasses is a syrupy liquid that pours slowly. Nutty as a Fruitcake This is used from harmless silliness to someone who needs professional help. Bad Apple The idiom may refer to a bad person, or it can refer to a bad person who affects Cool as a Cucumber A person who is able to remain calm is "as cool as a cucumber." others. Big Cheese This refers to a leader, boss, or important Couch Potato person. A lazy person who spends his spare time in front of the TV. SALT A Lot on my Plate This refers to an over-abundance of food Take it with a Grain of Salt The source indicated may not be completely trustworthy, so do not automatically believe everything. plate, and it is used when someone has many responsibilities or scheduled activities. Walk on Eggs Piece of Cake "On eggs" or "walking on eggs" is an attempt to not upset someone mood. A task is easy. a foul apple of her/his eye someone or something that one likes a lot bread and butter basic needs of life (food,shelter, clothing) carrot and stick romising to reward or punish someone at the same time FOOD IDIOMS GOURMANDIA Slower than Molasses Molasses is a syrupy liquid that pours slowly. Nutty as a Fruitcake This is used from harmless silliness to someone who needs professional help. Bad Apple The idiom may refer to a bad person, or it can refer to a bad person who affects Cool as a Cucumber A person who is able to remain calm is "as cool as a cucumber." others. Big Cheese This refers to a leader, boss, or important Couch Potato person. A lazy person who spends his spare time in front of the TV. SALT A Lot on my Plate This refers to an over-abundance of food Take it with a Grain of Salt The source indicated may not be completely trustworthy, so do not automatically believe everything. plate, and it is used when someone has many responsibilities or scheduled activities. Walk on Eggs Piece of Cake "On eggs" or "walking on eggs" is an attempt to not upset someone mood. A task is easy. a foul apple of her/his eye someone or something that one likes a lot bread and butter basic needs of life (food,shelter, clothing) carrot and stick romising to reward or punish someone at the same time

Food Idioms

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Most languages have idiomatic expressions about food, and English is no exception. Learn English Idioms - idioms and sayings about food.

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