freebooter's delicacy


Plural: freebooter's delicacies

A meal made of several layers of sliced potatoes with interleaved shaves or chunks of meat, diced sausages, bacon, onion, salt and spices, all barbecued together on a skewer or braised in embers; a so-called bandit roast, an easy-to-make food very popular with European tourists and campers; freebsie; slicemeal; sliceroast.


After a quick refreshing snack on warmed freebooter's delicacy and after bolsterising the nerves with a sip of port wine, Doctor Barton hastily lugged up his brown-green rucksack:

—The workplan is as follows. At the rosebush level, we will stretch one black and one white rope with evenly spaced knots and... (Dr∙ Barton and Hubert are getting ready to try photographing strange ghost-like apparitions in a night cemetery. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)


Slovak / Slovenčina (SK): živánska pochúťka; živánska

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