|appetizer of pork or goose||rillettes|
|(Cuisine) appetizer of bread or toast with a savory spread (especially caviar or cheese)||canape|
|a trademark for canned chopped meat, mainly of chopped pork, that is pressed into a loaf||Spam|
|ancient wind instrument; type of smoked sausage, smoked pork and beef sausage||cervelat|
|animal part corresponding to the human hand, approach or method, bunch, card player, clap, cut of pork, degree of closeness to a source, end of the human arm, feel of a fabric, furl, give, pass using the hand; help, assist, handle, handwriting||hand|
|appetizer of marinated dried salmon||gravlax|
|arrange an outdoor meal, eat a meal outdoors, cut of pork, easy or pleasant thing, have a picnic, meal eaten outdoors, meal taken and eaten outdoors||picnic|
|baby goose, immature goose||gosling|
|barnacle goose, clinging marine organism, marine crustacean which permanently fixes itself to rocks, somebody who clings||barnacle|
|binge, broth made with pork, habitual alcohol drinker, immersing, thorough wetting, soaking; something that has been soaked in pickle (especially the ears, feet, etc. of a pig); pickling liquid, brine; drunkard (Slang); drinking binge (Slang), liquid u...||souse|
|bird resembling goose||screamer|
|brent goose, small dark wild goose, type of small goose||brant|
|Canada goose, large nose, one who honks; big nose (Slang), somebody or something that honks||honker|
|cause the horn of a car to sound, beep the horn of a car, cry of goose, produce honk, sound car horn, sound of a car horn; call of a goose, sound of car horn, sound resembling goose or car horn||honk|
|combination treatment, gathering to consume alcoholic beverages, light snack, mixed beverage, mixed drink (alcoholic); appetizer (served before a meal), mixture of things, small||cocktail|
|common wild European goose||greylag|
|common wild goose||graylag; graylag goose|
|competitor who starts, first course of a meal, first pitcher, person or thing that starts; one who signals the beginning (e.g. of a race); person who starts in a game or race (Sports); self-starter (part of an engine); appetizer, player at beginning of...||starter|
|cracknels, crisp pieces of fatty meat, sharp sound of snapping noises; crisp rind of roasted pork, snapping or popping noises||crackling|
|crunchy material left over after melting down pork or chicken fat||cracklings|
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