Language be the Food of Love

New scrabblicious words that can really give your game some bite…

AFFOGATO
(Italian) a dessert made by pouring espresso coffee over ice cream

ROASTIES
roast potatoes

GUMMI
a rubbery, flavoured candy

PASKA
a Russian dessert eaten at Easter

HALWA
(Hindi) a sweet Indian dish

CIPAILLE
(French) a pie with layers of meat and pastry, a traditional Quebec dish

KUBIE
a kubasa on a bun

TASSO
spicy cured pork

PLOYE
a buckwheat pancake

AJI
spicy pepper

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