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If the mirchi were Indian jalapeno poppers, the gobi was Indian Buffalo cauliflower.
Other lures that Zaremba likes when Everglades water levels are low include topwater plugs such as Chug Bugs and Pop-Rs, and his fly-fishing customers have great success throwing poppers and woolly buggers.
Duke also signed on to play ambitious pill-popper Neely O'Hara in Valley of the Dolls, which became a box office success and a cult classic.
These cod poppers, topped with a savory vinaigrette, make the perfect appetizer when served over a bed of salad greens.
This recipe for jalapeño popper macaroni and cheese is in the book, too.
The Winter Olympics began with pre-ceremony events on Feb. 7 and continue until Sunday, Feb 25. -- Olympics (@Olympics) February 8, 2018 The opening ceremony is always an eye-popper with beautiful sets, choreography, music and visuals.
The first is that, while poppers are traditionally fried, these are baked in the oven.
He’s done it all close to home, without any lonely late nights eating jalapeño poppers at a TGI Fridays in Chattanooga.
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First Known Use of popper
POPPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of popper for English Language Learners
: a pan or electric machine for making popcorn
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