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Issue 78 Answers

Across

2. Chicken of the seaTUNA
4. Ready to eatRIPE
6. Marie Antoinette said, “let them eat ____”CAKE
7. Sausage, in GermanWURST
9. Gelling agentAGAR
11. Long leafed lettuceCOS
12. Bread, in Te ReoPARĀOA
14. Chocolate coffeeMOCHA
18. Caffeine or sugar might make you feel thisMANIC
21. Roughage, needed to keep digestive system healthy FIBRE
22. Kiwi sea foodKAIMOANA
23. Soup of the day in FrenchSOUPE DU JOUR
24. Best way to eat ice creamLICK
26. Giant man-eater’s call, “Fe Fi __ Fum”FO
27. Acme bread roll, found at Moore Wilson’sOLI
28. SnailsESCARGOT
30. Flying Peter’s surnamePAN
31. A sauce made with meat juiceJUS
33. Dairy product that rises to the topCREAM
34. Retch or chokeGAG
36. Eating or chokeSPOON
38. Completely fullSTONKERED
40. Rice cooked in brothRISOTTO
43. Degree of doneness, when steak is 75% redRARE
44. Deep fried potato slicesCHIPS
45. Roasted bird, Chinese stylePEKING DUCK

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1. BurpBELCH
2. Cooked breadTOAST
3. Bitter or pungentACRID
4. Sweet or tasty in Te ReoREKA
5. Justin Bieber singleYUMMY
8. French word used for dry wineSEC
10. Food cooked in the earthHĀNGI
12. Greek number, sounds like a round foodPI
13. Cuba St coffee pioneerALFRED FAGG
15. Caused by lack of food HUNGER
16. The fifth flavour, see Cap #77UMAMI
17. Large orange fruit PUMPKIN
18. Cocktail expertMIXOLOGIST
19. Organic supermarketCOMMONSENSE
20. ChewMASTICATE
21. Vessel for champagneFLUTE
25. Fine food and drinkGOURMET
29. SucroseSUGAR
32. Shakespeare calls it the food of loveMUSIC
35. Pig when it’s foodPORK
37. Dried seaweedNORI
39. Live lady venisonDOE
41. Pub or lodgingINN
42. VintageOLD

Issue 77 Answers

Across

2. Large celebratory eventFESTIVAL
6. King who said “Blow, winds, and crack your cheeks!”LEAR
8. Shortage of this building materialTIMBER
10. Prevents heat escapingINSULATION
11. This with 2 across makes a musical galaJAZZ
12. Mid-year testEXAMS
13. Tubular scarf / hair netSNOOD
15. Common textile for hatsWOOL
19. Energy efficient heating unitHEATPUMP
21. Celebrated on 9 May MOTHERS DAY
23. Chequered or tartanPLAID
25. HearthFIREPLACE
28. Long weekend in JuneQUEENS BIRTHDAY
30. Fire, in Te ReoAHI
32. Swedish oven and cookerAGA
33. Marks shortest daySOLSTICE
38. Thin fogMIST
39. Understand or knowKEN
40. Winter, in Te ReoHOTOKE
42. Vino festivalWINETOPIA
43. Snowboarder, Hannah _____TETER
45. Classic Sunday lunchROAST
46. ObligationDUTY
47. Slang for rugbyFOOTY
48. Sheep prized for its woolMERINO
49. Sleeping placeBED

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1. Coffee without the hitDECAF
2. Kipling poem quote, “Are you ____?”FRIZ
3. Snow houseIGLOO
4. RNZB perform this in MayGISELLE
5. Cold character, Jack _____FROST
7. Zoi Sadowski-Synott’s sportSNOWBOARDING
9. These keep chins warmBEARDS
14. Bitingly cold16. NIPPY
16. Liquid foodSOUP
17. Twin sign GEMINI
18. Danish concept of cozinessHYGGE
20. Warm grape drinkMULLED WINE
22. Type of potatoRUA
24. Very very frighteningLIGHTNING
26. Spiced teaCHAI
27. The sameEQUAL
29. Whiskey, honey, lemon and hot waterHOT TODDY
31. Snug beddingDUVET
33. Violent meteorological phenomenaSTORM
34. Used to glide over snowSKIS
35. Portable shelterTENT
36. God of love and sexEROS
37. Heated, jetted poolHOT TUB
41. Out of tune, off ___KEY
42. Moderately hoyWARM
44. Arabic festival or feastEID

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