Recent Examples of kettle from the Web
Put bean sprouts and spinach into colander and pour a kettle full of boiling water over them.
Buy Photo This summer, Herr’s added a kick to its bags of kettle corn: a dusting of Old Bay seasoning from Chickie’s & Pete’s crab fries.
Spain is a different kettle of fish to England, and his lack of physical presence could lead to him being bullied on the pitch and disappearing.
His specialty was household products, like toasters, kettles, and blenders.
Four types of fish, from grouper to sole ($19.99-$29.99), get cooked in a giant electric grill plopped in the middle of the dining room, a contraption that’s a cross between a beer kettle and a domed pizza oven.
The chips were at once crispy and soft a boasted a richness that probably wears off after a few hours out of the kettle.
Admission is free, and a variety of food vendors will offer hotdogs and hamburgers, BBQ corn and kettle corn, Italian ice and more.
Mom used to cook this on top of the stove in a big iron kettle.
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Origin and Etymology of kettle
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
KETTLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kettle for English Language Learners
: a container used for heating or boiling liquid
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