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Food idioms: cheesy
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: good egg
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: a finger in every pie
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: wake up and smell the coffee
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: have your cake and eat it
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: cook the books
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: treading on eggshells
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: use your loaf
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: full of beans
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: nosh
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: beef
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: to put all your eggs in one basket
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: cut the mustard
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: to know your onions
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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Food idioms: to take with a pinch of salt
Two presenters discuss and explain a common idiom.

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