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Who's Hungry? Part XII

· By Sommersmith · Published 8 months ago

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  • Mike D 🤓19s · 8 months ago
    I liked that clue for USES
    4D USESUtensils have them (hence the name)
    😂
    • Jon 🤓49s · 8 months ago
      Nice
      • LCL 👇52s · 8 months ago
        The ships clue slowed me a bit until I guessed pupu. I'd never thought about the etymology of utensil before; one learns something everyday! Thanks for the puzzle.
        • frostyjhammer 🤓50s · 7 months ago
          Utensils have utility; they are utile.
        • Luc 🤓1:01 · 7 months ago
          Ha! 1A
          1A PUPUChinese restaurant platter
          is a new one to me!
          • Daniel Skora 🤓1:16 · 7 months ago
            I didn't know the Chinese or Japanese ones
            • ellequin 🤓1:25 · 7 months ago
              What is a PUPU
              1A PUPUChinese restaurant platter
              ? I'm Chinese & I don't know what it is :/
              • Sommersmith constructor · 7 months ago
                I guess it's mostly a thing in Chinese restaurants in the US. The word "PUPU
                1A PUPUChinese restaurant platter
                " itself comes from Hawaiian: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu_pu_platter
                • ellequin 🤓1:25 · 7 months ago
                  Looks yum! TIL.
              1AChinese restaurant platter
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              Across
              1. 1A
                Chinese restaurant platter
              2. 5A
                Words often spoken a couple hours before cutting a fancy cake
              3. 6A
                Fruit remainder, sometimes
              4. 7A
                They might spoil your picnic
              Down
              1. 1D
                Disordered appetite for dirt or other non-foods
              2. 2D
                Thick noodle from Japan
              3. 3D
                Where you might find ships laden with exotic foods
              4. 4D
                Utensils have them (hence the name)
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