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Related topics: Food, dish
kebabke‧bab /kəˈbæb $ kəˈbɑːb/ (also kabob American English) noun  [countable]DFF small pieces of meat and vegetables cooked on a stick
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kebabDon't try to chat up a girl after eating a kebab.There's also a very amusing incident with a kebab.None of those childish kebab stories you get in so many travel books these days.Flatten into a sausage shape and put 2 pieces of meat on to each kebab.Otherwise it's the inevitable kebab - chicken, if possible.He has rekindled his taste for tabbouleh, shish kebab and pilaf in Fresno.
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