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be cooked

To be in serious trouble; to be ruined, finished, or defeated. If mom and dad find out we took their car out last night, we're cooked! Down by 45 points with only two minutes left in the game, it's pretty safe to say that the home team is cooked at this point.
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cooked

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. Pete is cooked, fried, boiled, baked—drunk.
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Extra cooked white or brown rice can be mixed with commercially available vegan 'ground round' to make baked loaves or meatballs.
To keep bacteria from growing, keep marinating food in the fridge, and never add uncooked marinade to the cooked meat or poultry.
1 pound fully cooked sausage links (such as Chef Bruce Aidells' chicken with sun-dried tomato sausage, Southwestern flavored sausage OR roasted red pepper with corn turkey and chicken sausage) OR Polish kielbasa sausage, removed from casings, if desired, and chopped
Indian (and this is a very Anglicized version): Toss cooked lentils or garbanzos with curry powder and chopped onions.
Cook, turning once, until shrimp are pink and cooked through, about 4 minutes total.
Then reduce the oven temperature to 350 degrees and roast until the chicken is cooked through.
all of the recipes can be cooked in less than 30 minutes.
2 cups chopped cooked chicken, such as rotisserie OR left-over roast chicken
She had to bring in a chef to measure ingredients as she cooked the dishes from memory.
1 (16-ounce) package cocktail wieners OR small cooked smoked sausage links
Rely on savvy shortcuts such as canned beans, broths (use low-sodium varieties to control salt) and all kinds of tomatoes, prepared fresh items like sliced mushrooms and pre-washed spinach, along with frozen vegetables, noodles, rice, meatballs, tortellini, rice, cooked chicken and more to make homey soups in a jiffy.