By Elwyn B. White, Katharine S. White
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Beet is a plant with edible leaves and a purplish root that is a vegetable. buttermilk is the liquid (or milk) that remains after butter is churned. 33 My nana is as Gouda cook as you will ever meat. Cheese always bacon cookies, and I Edam by the sheet. Herb back is to the cookbook— no measuring, no rules. But a pie that’s made banana will be gone before it cools. Gouda (GOO-dah) is a mild type of cheese made in the Netherlands. Edam (EE-dehm) is a yellow pressed cheese, also made in the Netherlands, that’s usually round and has a red rind.
Russia 27. Seoul 28. Singapore 29. South Sandwich Islands 30. Sudan 31. Sweden 32. Syria 33. Taiwan 34. Thailand 35. Tibet 36. Turkey 37. Uganda 38. S. 39. Vatican City 40. Wales 47 Are You a Glutton for P U N ishment? Here’s More . . Books Fandel, Jennifer. Puns, Allusions, and Other Word Secrets. Mankato, MN: Creative Education, 2005. Lederer, Richard. Pun and Games. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1996. Peterson, Scott K. Let the Fun Begin. , 2004. Richards, Joanne, and Marianne V. Standley.
Taiwan 34. Thailand 35. Tibet 36. Turkey 37. Uganda 38. S. 39. Vatican City 40. Wales 47 Are You a Glutton for P U N ishment? Here’s More . . Books Fandel, Jennifer. Puns, Allusions, and Other Word Secrets. Mankato, MN: Creative Education, 2005. Lederer, Richard. Pun and Games. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1996. Peterson, Scott K. Let the Fun Begin. , 2004. Richards, Joanne, and Marianne V. Standley. Fun With Puns. Santa Barbara, CA: Learning Works, 1999. Swanson, June. Punny Places. , 2003.
A Subtreasury of American Humor by Elwyn B. White, Katharine S. White