mulligan stew
noun Etymology: probably from the name Mulligan Date: 1929 a stew made from whatever ingredients are available

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  • mulligan stew — mulligan mulligan, mulligan stew mulligan stew . 1. A stew made typically of meat, vegetables, and any conveniently available ingredients; also, an Irish version of burgoo. Syn: Irish burgoo. [WordNet 1.5] 2. (Golf) In informal and friendly games …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mulligan stew — a stew made of odd bits of meat and vegetables, esp. as prepared by hobos * * * …   Universalium

  • mulligan stew — a stew made of odd bits of meat and vegetables, esp. as prepared by hobos …   English World dictionary

  • Mulligan Stew — The name Mulligan Stew or similar may represent the following: Mulligan stew (food), a hobo dinner dish Mulligan Stew (novel), a novel by Gilbert Sorrentino Mulligan Stew (TV series), a children s educational television series produced in 1972… …   Wikipedia

  • mulligan stew — noun Irish version of burgoo • Syn: ↑mulligan, ↑Irish burgoo • Hypernyms: ↑stew * * * noun see mulligan I …   Useful english dictionary

  • mulligan stew — mul′li•gan stew′ [[t]ˈmʌl ɪ gən[/t]] n. coo a stew of any ingredients that are available Also called mulligan. Etymology: 1900–05; orig. obscure …   From formal English to slang

  • mulligan stew — /mʌlɪgən ˈstju/ (say muliguhn styooh) noun → hashmagandy. {from mulligan, US, a kind of stew, apparently from a proper name} …   Australian English dictionary

  • mulligan stew — noun A stew made of whatever ingredients are handy and appropriate for stew, rather than of specific ingredients …   Wiktionary

  • Mulligan stew (food) — Mulligan stew is an improvised dish said to have been prepared by American hobos in camps in the early 1900s.[1] A description of mulligan stew appeared in a 1900 newspaper: Another traveler present described the operation of making a mulligan.… …   Wikipedia

  • Mulligan Stew (TV series) — Mulligan Stew Format Educational Created by Ira A. Klugerman and Joseph Pascal Starring Steven Einbender Larry Friedman Mion Hahm Barry Michlin Benjamin Sands Sherry Louise Wright Country of origin United States …   Wikipedia

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