- (2/-1) This part of a knife blade covered by the handle is usually made of metal, so drinking it in space would be, well, inconvenient.
- (4/-2) â€œNationalâ€ name for the large, cast iron cooking pot Australians call a bedourie and South Africans call a potjie.
- (6/-3) Held one way, this 8-letter object can be used to strain spaghetti; inverted, it becomes religious head wear for pastafarians.
- (8/-4) This serving vessel, typically filled with espresso, takes its name form the French for â€œhalf cup.â€
- (10/-5) Bill Monroe was not making potato chips or grating carrots when he used this to create â€œBlue Moon of Kentucky.â€
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