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spoon in Food topic

spoonspoon2 verb [transitive always + adverb/preposition]  DFto move food with a spoonspoon something into/over/onto something Spoon the mixture carefully into the bowls.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
spoonJuliet tensed as she spooned drinking chocolate into two mugs.She spooned extra sugar into her mug.With a piece of fresh bread in his other hand, Jack spooned it all down hungrily.You had it all, boys, the big silver spoon most people can only dream about.Cook chicken for about 15-20 mins each side, spooning over remaining marinade until golden brown.Place meat in broiler pan and spoon some marinade over it.They did not spoon, though Bessie strategically led her husband away so the two could be alone.To serve, spoon yellow pepper puree on the plates and top with the red peppers.