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Word: flay

Definition: strip off skin; plunder; remove the skin from; criticize harshly


Sentences Containing 'flay'

Both faculty and students have been featured on the Food Network; Louisville instructor John Castro bested Bobby Flay in Hot Browns in a 2008 "Throwdown", while Lexington graduate Brigitte Nguyen came in a close second in a hamburger-themed Ultimate Recipe Showdown shown in 2009.
He also has an online cooking show named 'Eat Me!' and has appeared on the Food Network grilling with Iron Chef Bobby Flay on Bobby's show, 'Grill It!, with Bobby Flay' Gordy Carbone was a show host for XM Satellite for several years co-hosting Rancid Radio with Rancid's Lars Frederiksen.
In her second start of the year she finished second by a head to Bobby Flay's Super Expresso in the one and one sixteenth mile grade two Allaire duPont Distaff Stakes at Pimlico Race Course on the Saturday Preakness Stakes undercard. On June 18, 2011 Payton d'Oro made a mad dash on the leaders in deep stretch from mid-pack in the Ogden Phipps Handicap at Belmont Park.
It was also featured on "Food Nation with Bobby Flay" on the Food Network in 2002.

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