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    • Join Date: Dec 2004
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    Cook of the house

    what does "a cook of the house" mean? Having googled it, I'd say it's the only person (in a family) who cooks. However, it sounds somewhat similar to for example "specialty of the house", where "the house" means a restaurant. I'm lost

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    • Join Date: May 2004
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    Re: Cook of the house

    Can you give me some context? Thank you.

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