Top 10 Food Terms That Sound Dirty But Aren’t
5. Glazed Donut
This one goes from delicious morning-time treat to downright obscene in no time flat. Probably best not to dwell too long here or you’ll have to switch to raspberry jelly.
4. Whipped Cream
The only S&M food entry! Unfortunately, fruit leather just missed the cut.
3. Pulled Pork
Brilliant, because it works dirty on two levels — as an adjective and a noun (“Would you like to see my pulled pork?” and also as a past-tense verb and direct object (” I saw him pulling his pork!”). Plus, “pork” in any context is kinda dirty. And delicious.
2. Juices Run Clear
This one comes from gansie, who is probably the filthiest of all of us. How do you know when it’s done? When juices run clear. I’m guessing this rule of thumb can be applied to other endeavors, as well.
1. Spotted Dick
A steamed pudding of currants, custard, and brown sugar. Why, what were you thinking?
Think you’re filthier than the ES crew? Let’s hear your dirty little cooking terms down in the comments.