food elevator


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n food elevator a small elevator used to convey food (or other goods) from one floor of a building to another
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In literature:

Also, inside of some, resting on the bottom, is an elevated rack for supporting the jars of food that are to be sterilized and cooked.
"Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5" by Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
To these elevated villages all the food and water has to be carried from the valleys below.
"The Western United States" by Harold Wellman Fairbanks
The swift ascent in the elevator had made her dizzy, and the physical sensation reminded her that she was weak for food.
"Virginia" by Ellen Glasgow
Experience had taught these mountaineers that eating cold food at great elevations was more dangerous than eating no food at all.
"An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet" by A. Henry Savage Landor
They must know that the Elevator always lands here and empties out free food.
"The Thing in the Attic" by James Benjamin Blish

In news:

This warm, creamy cauliflower concoction infused with an exotic spice mix is heavenly, elevated comfort food.
This innovator elevated coffee to a level of appreciation on par with gourmet food and fine wine.
The chef previously had led the kitchen at Pellicano Ristorante in Kenner and then the Roosevelt Hotel Bar, where in a brief tenure he garnered good buzz for his elevated bar food.
OurWeekly > los-angeles > riding- food-elevator -picky-toddlers.
The beer's the thing at Horsefly Brewing Company, although the food, especially the burgers and the wings, elevate the menu beyond your usual bar-food fare.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) — The Dutch food safety watchdog says it has found slightly elevated levels of the industrial chemical melamine in cookies imported from China and sold under the "Koala" brand.
The "elevated street food" that's hard to swallow.
Concerns about food safety spread Wednesday to Tokyo after officials said tap water showed elevated levels: 210 becquerels per liter of iodine-131 — more than twice the recommended limit of 100 becquerels per liter for infants.
To a casual observer it looked like co-op employees were throwing small cardboard boxes filled with a variety of breakfast foods from atop the grain elevator, but to Mark Clodfelter's eighth graders, it was science.
Elevated levels of radiation are turning up in tap water and food NBC25 talked with a Mid-Michigan woman who fears for her brother's safety in Japan.
Simmered down to an elevator pitch, Sissy 's Southern Kitchen and Bar might sound like a handful of other Dallas newcomers: Food Network contestant comes close but doesn't win it.
Mexican food can be elevated to astounding result.
A few years ago you had a food columnist named Joseph Byrd who had such an elevated palette that he condemned all the top restaurants in Northern Humboldt, saying that none of them would make it if they were down in the Bay Area.
Elevating tray presentation helps make food more appealing to patients.