Hyphenated Food Words

Just for the record, Word Fans, the map for the hyphenated food words closely follows the graph of all the food words:

FoodGraph.003Do you see that tiny little red dot at the very end?  “Tobacco-jar”.

The food graph, if you recall, also indicates a dearth of food in Chapter 6 and plenty of crockery at the end of Chapter 1 – as well as plain eggs and ham in Chapter 1 for the dwarves and plain food (mostly flagons, jugs, and casks) for the elven feast:

2015.06.14 Food Preview

 

Would you like a little menu of Hobbit-specialty food words?
After-supper
Apple-tart
Beer-barrels
Beer-mug
Clay-pipe
Dining-room
Dish-covers
Dream-dinners
Drinking-bowls
Drinking-horns

Egg-question
Egg-shaped
Food-bags
Food-supplies
Frying-pan
Hawthorn-berries
Mince-pies
Pork-pie
Seed-cake
Smoke-ring
Tobacco-jar
Twice-baked
Water-skin
Well-filled
Wine-barrels

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