Top 10 Food and Drink Words You’ve Never Heard

    5. Bouffage (n)- an enjoyable or satisfying meal.

Mom’s meatloaf is a classic bouffage.

    4. Gramaungere (n)- a superb or great meal.

Bacon wrapped figs.

    3. Compotation (n)- an episode of drinking or carousing together.

In other words, every weekend of my life.

    2. Perpotation (n)- an instance of drunkenness.

Again. Every weekend.

    1. Jentacular (adj)- of or pertaining to breakfast.

The bacon in my fridge looks rather jentacular today.

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6 comments

  • forkitude October 19, 2010  

    I am effing surfeited by the ziploc bag of Wheaties I had for breakfast this morning.

  • BS October 20, 2010  

    jentactular is without a doubt my new favorite word. I plan to use it every morning.

  • ML October 20, 2010  

    As you should

  • averagebetty October 28, 2010  

    Thank you! Everyone needs more Bouffage in their life… I wonder if that’s where Buffet comes from?

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  • lzab March 6, 2012  

    My family has said moreish for year! As in, “Wow, this Mac’n’Cheese is delicious! Definitely tastes moreish!”

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