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# Clue
1. Wedding missile
2. Oriental staple
3. Staple food
4. Paper or pudding
5. Staple in the Far East
6. Edgar ___ Burroughs
7. Wedding pellets
8. Pudding base
9. Asian staple
10. "Bitter ___" (Italian film)
11. "Street Scene" playwright
12. Indonesian staple
13. Playwright Elmer
14. Fenway Park slugger
15. Translation forDown
16. Shipment from Galveston
17. Grantland of sports fame
18. Boston's Jim
19. Pilaf base
20. Eleven from Houston
21. "Ammo" at weddings
22. Eastern staple
23. University at Houston
24. Kind of grass or flower
25. Wedding ammo
26. Pilaf grains
27. Elmer or Grantland
28. Oriental food
29. Aquatic cereal grass
30. Risotto ingredient
31. Grantland of sportswriting fame
32. Paddy growth
33. Houston university
34. He wrote "The Left Bank"
35. Chinese staple
36. Far East staple
37. Sportswriter Grantland
38. A top crop in Ark.
39. Shanghai staple
40. What arroz is
41. Jambalaya base
42. Staple in China
43. Wedding missiles
44. "Missiles" at a wedding
45. University or playwright
46. Wedding shower
47. Tex. university
48. Famed N.F.L. pass catcher
49. Staple of Asia
50. Paddy grain
51. "Interview with the Vampire" author
52. "Lasher" writer
53. Minute _____
54. Houston school
55. Wedding shower?
56. "We, the People" playwright
57. Uncle Ben's dish
58. "Minute" dish
59. It's tossed after weddings
60. "Interview With the Vampire" author Anne
61. Almost puree
62. Paddy crop
63. A bed in the kitchen?
64. Red beans go-with
65. Pilaf staple
66. Uncle Ben's specialty
67. "Dirty" dish
68. Hopping John ingredient
69. Paella base
70. "Dirty" Cajun dish
71. Serving with chop suey
72. It may rain after a wedding
73. Wedding fling?
74. Paddy caught in the electric eye
75. Almost pur
76. Bush's National Security Advisor
77. Anne who writes of vampires
78. Food served in a bed
79. Jambalaya grain
80. Partner of red beans
81. Grain for paella
82. Grain grown in a paddy
83. It may be dirty or sticky
84. Jollof grain
85. Paddy-grown grain
86. Pongal grain
87. Risotto base
88. Owls' school
89. Beans companion
90. Louisiana export
91. East Asian staple
92. Dirty Cajun dish
93. Sushi need
94. Brewery supply, maybe
95. It may be grown for your sake
96. Pilaf need
97. Main ingredient of paella
98. Makeup of a bed, at times
99. Sushi stuff
100. The Vampire Lestat author
101. Serving with chop suey, perhaps
102. White or basmati
103. It's often converted
104. John's collaborator
105. Quaker Puffed --
106. Arroz con pollo ingredient
107. Vampire novelist Anne
108. Bed in a restaurant
109. __ pilaf
110. It's fermented to make sake
111. Jasmine ___
112. Dirty dish
113. Condoleezza of Bush's cabinet
114. Condoleezza of the cabinet
115. Powell's successor
116. Red beans partner
117. Burrito staple
118. Indian order
119. With 46-Down, kebab side
120. American League MVP in 1978
121. Oriental crop
122. Sox left fielder
123. One sort of pudding
124. Bosox belter Jim
125. Side with curry
126. Mate of Yaz and Lynn
127. Pan-Asian side
128. Gluten-free grain
129. 1978 homer champ
130. With 57-Down, boxed mix
131. It's served with Szechwan chicken
132. University where fullerenes were discovered
133. The Adding Machine playwright
134. Bed on the table?
135. Airborne grain at weddings
136. Chinese takeout freebie
137. Pilaf grain
138. It's sold in cakes
139. Potatoes alternative
140. Fried __
141. It might be sticky or dirty
142. 2003 College World Series winner
143. Dirty __
144. Nepalese staple
145. Biryani base
146. Jasmine __
147. Quinoa alternative
148. Bento box staple
149. Basmati, for one
150. Uncle Ben's boxful
151. It's often steamed
152. Asian grain
153. Creole cooking staple
154. Beans partner
155. Beans' partner
156. It may be wild or fried
157. Sushi bed
158. Street Scene playwright
159. Lestat creator
160. National Security Advisor
161. Wedding toss
162. Asian crop
163. Hundreds of things for dinner
164. Wedding throw
165. With 103 Across, game-show parting gift
166. Baylor University rival
167. Japanese staple
168. Aida lyricist
169. Cabinet appointee of 2005
170. Powell successor
171. Red-beans partner
172. Chinese-food staple
173. Paella ingredient
174. Lasher author
175. Wild or "brown" food
176. Chinese-restaurant staple
177. Chinese-cuisine staple
178. Hillary Clinton predecessor
179. Wild __
180. Tim who wrote "The Lion King" with Elton John
181. Delicious but fattening
182. Comparatively flush
183. Rags' opposite
184. Scale developer
185. Basketball coach Pitino
186. Reed ___, Mr. Fantastic of Marvel Comics
187. Very chocolaty, say
188. Certain irrigated cropland
189. Baby food preparation device
190. Among the 1%, so to speak
191. Sieves, in a way
192. Shakespeare character who says "I have set my life upon a cast"
193. Reduces to granules
194. Popular Eastern beverage
195. Most caloric
196. Lake of daytime TV
197. Worth a great deal
198. Ringo Starr's real first name
199. Nouvelle ___
200. Puts through a sieve
201. Splits into bits
202. Got the goat of, with "up"
203. Jockeys, e.g.
204. Really peeve
205. Blind Austin band
206. What Poison will do to "the Wind"
207. Trailblazing 1970 T. Rex hit
208. The Life of ___ Lightning Seeds
209. Assembly, notably
210. Part of a famous canine name
211. Gregory, the first African-American judge appointed to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
212. One of Ozzie's boys
213. Daytime TV host
214. Potato-preparation gadget
215. First name in mimicry
216. Loaded with dough
217. Unsteady, as a house
218. Extravagantly endowed
219. Like plutocrats
220. With money to burn
221. There was a I, II and III
222. Reduces to small bits, as potatoes
223. Little Caesar role for Edward G. Robinson
224. Wedding "confetti"
225. Grain that resembles orzo
226. Postnuptial fling?
227. Serving with orange chicken
228. Part of a Chinese meal
229. Accompaniment for red beans
230. Dirty dish?
231. Pilaf basic
232. Side dish with scampi
233. Bed for some shrimp?
234. It might be fried at a Chinese restaurant
235. Word before paper or pudding
236. Congee ingredient
237. Creole grain
238. أ‰touffأ©e is served over it
239. Arroz, by another name?
240. Paella requirement
241. Form of confetti
242. Wedding feature
243. Departing wedding gift
244. Kind of thin paper
245. Grantland or Elmer
246. Paddy product
247. Paddy's product
248. Wild or brown
249. Bitter ___ (Italian film)
250. Sake source
251. Translation for 12 Down
252. Ammo at weddings
253. Pilaf ingredient
254. Missiles at a wedding
255. Wedding staple
256. Interview With the Vampire author
257. Lasher writer
258. We, the People playwright
259. Source of sake
260. Sushi go-with
261. Minute dish
262. Reduces to tiny bits
263. Lucky in the lottery, maybe
264. Funnies gumshoe
265. Minute ___
266. Party snack-mix ingredient
267. Reduces to bits
268. Reduces to bits, as potatoes
269. Made grain-sized
270. Popular baked treat ingredients
271. Alternative to a baked potato
272. Food staple
273. Houston campus
274. Bridal shower
275. Sake base
276. Crosstown rival of the University of Houston
277. Bridal shower?
278. Lestat's creator Anne
279. National security adviser Condoleezza
280. Tarzan creator's middle name
281. All-time NFL touchdown leader
282. Lasher novelist Anne
283. Where you might hear Owls hoot
284. Chop suey bed, often
285. Secretary of State Condoleezza
286. Kind of paper
287. It may be polished
288. Western Athletic Conference team
289. Wild ___
290. Something needed for your sake?
291. Sukiyaki side dish
292. Paella need
293. It may be served in a bed
294. The Owls of the N.C.A.A.
295. See 34-Across
296. Spanish ___
297. Jambalaya need
298. Force through a sieve
299. Bowlful accompanying teriyaki
300. Food found in a bed
301. Serving with sushi
302. The Owls of the Western Athletic Conference
303. Indian linguistic stock of Bolivia (4)
304. Gambling game of the American Indians (3)
305. The Jack, in cribbage (4)
306. Rented (6)
307. Grain in sushi
308. Often-steamed serving
309. Jap's staff of life
310. Staple crop of Orient
311. No wedding is complete without it
312. ''Dirty'' Cajun side dish
313. Author of "Street Scene"
314. Important food
315. Ingredient of pilaff
316. Cereal grass
317. Sushi staple
318. Japan's main menu
319. Chief element in some diets
320. Pudding ingredient
321. Institute at Houston
322. Staple oriental diet
323. Substitute for potatoes
324. Ingredient of a bridal shower
325. Ingredient of pilaf
326. What arrack is made from
327. Common burrito ingredient
328. Sakkarai pongal ingredient
329. "Aida" lyricist
330. "Beauty's Punishment" author
331. "Cannonball' singer-songwriter Damien
332. "Chess" lyricist Tim
333. "Dirty" Cajun fare
334. "Evita" lyricist
335. "Fried" side
336. "Jasmine" side dish
337. "Lasher" author
338. "Lasher" novelist Anne
339. "Minute" fare
340. "Queen of the Damned" author Anne
341. "The Lion King" co-composer Tim
342. "The Vampire Armand" author
343. "The Vampire Chronicles" novelist Anne
344. "The Vampire Lestat" author
345. "The Witching Hour" author
346. "We the People" playwright
347. "Wild" or "brown" food
348. 'The Adding Machine' playwright
349. 2004 Indy 500 winner
350. 49er Jerry
351. 49ers receiver Jerry
352. Aka The Owls
353. American playwright
354. American playwright.
355. Andrew Lloyd Webber collaborator Tim
356. Anne who writes about vampires
357. Annual cereal grass.
358. Anti-caking garlic powder additive
359. Arancini ingredient
360. Aristotle to Alexander the Great
361. Arizona's sack leader in 1999 with 16.5
362. Arroz by another name?
363. Asia's most important crop
364. Asian food staple
365. Asian staple grain
366. Basmati or jasmine
367. Basmati or jasmine e.g.
368. Basmati e.g.
369. Basmati for one
370. Beans go-with
371. Bed of ___
372. Bibimbap ingredient
373. Biryani ingredient
374. Brewery supply maybe
375. Bridal shower material?
376. Bridal shower.
377. Brown or white food
378. Burrito filling
379. Bush adviser
380. Bush Cabinet member
381. Bush confidante
382. Bush inner circle member
383. Campbell's Chicken with ___ Soup
384. Cereal grain
385. Cereal grass.
386. Cereal.
387. Certain pudding base
388. Chimichanga filler
389. Chimichanga ingredient
390. Chinatown staple
391. Chinese restaurant grain
392. Chinese restaurant side dish
393. Chinese restaurant staple
394. Chinese side dish
395. Chinese staple since time immemorial
396. Chinese takeout staple
397. Chinese-takeout side dish
398. Chop into tiny pieces
399. Chop suey bed often
400. Chop-suey bed
401. Chow mein accompaniment
402. Companion of old shoes.
403. Companion of red beans
404. Condoleeza of the Cabinet
405. Condoleezza of the Bush cabinet
406. Condoleezza Bush's pick for national security adviser
407. Creole staple
408. Crop in a paddy
409. Dinner side dish choice
410. Dirty ___
411. Dirty ___ (Cajun dish)
412. Dish #4
413. Dish sometimes made in a minute
414. Dish that may be "sticky"
415. Dish that might be dirty or sticky
416. Dolma ingredient
417. Eastern staple.
418. Elmer or Jerry
419. Elton John collaborator Tim
420. Essence of some cakes
421. Favorite target of Joe Montana
422. Fenway Park left fielder between Yastrzemski and Greenwell
423. Foggy Bottom top dog since January 2005
424. Food for millions.
425. Food from a paddy
426. Food grain.
427. Food grown in a paddy
428. Food grown in water
429. Food staple.
430. Food that's sometimes dirty
431. Food.
432. Force through tiny holes
433. Former Bosox slugger Jim
434. Former Boston slugger Jim
435. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza
436. Former wide receiver Jerry
437. Forty-niner receiver Jerry
438. Freebie at a Chinese restaurant
439. Fried ___
440. Fried or steamed dish
441. Globetrotting secretary
442. Grain
443. Grain for a sake brewer
444. Grain grown in water
445. Grain in Chinese cuisine
446. Grain in some cakes
447. Grain that symbolizes fertility in many cultures
448. Grain that's sometimes flung
449. Grain used in mass-market beers
450. Grain used in producing Budweiser
451. Grain used to make horchata
452. Great receiver
453. Half the world's diet.
454. Hard-hitting outfielder
455. Houston Institute.
456. Houston univ.
457. Idle on screen
458. Important crop.
459. Indian export
460. Indian menu side
461. Ingredient in creole cookery.
462. Ingredient in paella
463. Ingredient of Louisiana dishes.
464. Irish singer/songwriter Damien
465. It can be fried or sticky
466. It comes in cakes
467. It may be brown or Spanish
468. It may be brown or sticky
469. It may be sticky and dirty
470. It may fill a paddy wagon
471. It may fill a paddy wagon?
472. It might be wild or dirty
473. It's in the bridal shower traditionally
474. It's often grown for the sake of sake
475. It's thrown at a wedding
476. It's thrown at weddings
477. Jambalaya ingredient
478. Japanese cuisine staple
479. Japanese food staple
480. Jasmine e.g.
481. Kind of pudding
482. Krispy grain
483. Kung pao chicken accompanier
484. Ladder part 7
485. Last name in three-point shooters
486. Lestat creator Anne
487. Lestat's creator
488. Lots of things for dinner?
489. Lyricist Tim of "Evita" and "Chess"
490. Lyricist extraordinaire Tim
491. Main ingredient in risotto
492. Main meal of Orientals.
493. Major Thai export
494. Makeup of a bed at times
495. Makeup of some beds
496. Mash potatoes
497. Montana's favorite target
498. NFL all-time leading pass receiver
499. NFL receiver Jerry
500. Niner great Jerry
501. Noodles alternative
502. Oriental side
503. Oryza sativa to us
504. Oryza sativa.
505. Orzo is shaped like it
506. Paddy plant
507. Paddy product.
508. Paddy production
509. Paella grain
510. Paella pieces
511. Pantry staple
512. Part of a bridal shower
513. Part of a healthy diet for many
514. Partner of old shoes.
515. Pass-catcher supreme Jerry
516. Pass-catching great Jerry
517. Pasta alternative
518. Pilaf ingredient.
519. Pilaf.
520. Possible bed for fish
521. Post-wedding fling
522. Post-wedding fling?
523. Post-wedding shower
524. Postnuptial throw
525. Potato alternative
526. Powell's successor at State
527. Prepare potatoes
528. Puffed product
529. Receiver Jerry
530. Red Sox left fielder Jim
531. Red Sox slugger
532. Red beans accompaniment
533. Red beans and ___
534. Saffron dish
535. Sake brewer's need
536. Sake's base
537. Saki ingredient
538. School in Houston
539. Seoul food?
540. Serving with chop suey perhaps
541. Side dish with enchiladas
542. Singer/songwriter Damien
543. Soju and sake source
544. Something for your sake?
545. Source of about 20% of the calories consumed by humanity
546. Source of the Chinese drink huangjiu
547. Staple
548. Staple crop.
549. Staple of Cajun cuisine
550. Staple of Chinese cuisine
551. Starch in sushi
552. Starch with chicken dishes.
553. Starchy food
554. Starchy grain
555. Starchy side
556. Sticky sushi staple
557. Stuff once thrown at newly weds
558. Stuffed pepper filling
559. Super Bowl XXIII MVP
560. Surname of national security advisers under both Bush 43 and Obama
561. Sushi base
562. Sushi chef's handful
563. Sushi foundation
564. Sushi grain
565. Sushi grains
566. Sushi ingredient
567. Sushi stuffing
568. Symbol of Japan's closed markets
569. TX university
570. Takeout side
571. Teammate of Lynn and Evans
572. Texas college
573. Texas university
574. Texas university that Howard Hughes dropped out of
575. Thai export
576. Thai staple
577. The Owls of Conference USA
578. Traditional bridal shower
579. Type of paper
580. Type of paper.
581. Type of pudding
582. U. S. playwright
583. U.S. dramatist.
584. U.S. playwright
585. Uncle Ben's offering
586. Uncle Ben's e.g.
587. University in Houston
588. University where JFK made the "We choose to go to the moon" speech
589. University with lots of owls
590. Vegetable.
591. Wedding accessory.
592. Wedding castoff
593. Wedding day item.
594. Wedding day shower
595. Wedding day shower?
596. Wedding handful
597. Wedding shower.
598. Wedding symbol.
599. Well-known playwright.
600. What orzo looks like
601. What's often thrown at a wedding
602. Where the Owls learn
603. White bed perhaps?
604. White brown or basmati
605. Worldwide crop
606. Young target?
607. Young's target
608. ___ belt (south central U.S. region)
609. ___ bird (bobolink).
610. ___ paddy.
611. ___ pilaf
612. ___ pudding
613. Elmer, Del or Grantland
614. Texas product
615. Wedding symbol
616. University whose name is also a food
617. Carolina Gold, e.g.
618. Home of the Owls
619. Lamb's bed, maybe
620. Sushi bar supply
621. Beauty's Punishment author
622. The Vampire Armand author
623. White, brown or basmati
624. Basmati or jasmine, e.g.
625. White bed, perhaps?
626. Lasher author
627. Harvested water oats
628. Kitchen utensil
629. Kitchen gadget
630. Institution renamed in 1960
631. Prepares potatoes
632. Used a kitchen utensil
633. Finely chopped, as potatoes
634. Report from the State Department?
635. Kitchen device
636. Uses a certain kitchen appliance
637. Potato tool
638. Diner dessert
639. Reduced to granules
640. Made stringed potatoes
641. Three types of cake
642. Some Asian fields
643. Mashed, in a way
644. The San Francisco Treat
645. Confetti has largely replaced it, at weddings
646. Grain in much 2-Down cuisine
647. Prepared potatoes, as for hash browns
648. Minute fare
649. Dish with a seasoned broth
650. Kitchen gizmo
651. Kitchen gadgets
652. Sumptuous
653. Houston sch.
654. Laughable
655. Kitchen tool
656. Rolling in it
657. Nouveau ___
658. Wealth
659. Chops finely
660. Vex
661. Duino Elegies poet Rainer Maria
662. Annoy
663. Widespread
664. Carnival attraction
665. Disencumbers
666. More abundant
667. Cambodian currency unit
668. Teeming
669. Driving vacation
670. Ready for picking
671. Lunar valley
672. Hope-Crosby destination
673. Talk-show host
674. Anne and Jerry
675. Like Bill Gates
676. Loaded
677. Nixons
678. Calorie-laden
679. Kitchen implements
680. Put through a sieve
681. Kitchen gizmos
682. Like chocolate-chocolate cake
683. Rolling in dough
684. Party snack ingredient
685. __-Roni (side-dish brand)
686. Sent through a sieve
687. With 50-Across, a grainy side dish
688. Popular parting gift on game shows
689. See 19-Across
690. With 15-Across, "The San Francisco treat"
691. Creamy
692. Vegan drink
693. Substitute for potatoes.
694. Poor ___ Almanack.
695. Sports columnist.
696. Pressed through a vegetable squeezer.
697. Pest of U. S. rice fields.
698. Staple crop of Orient.
699. Made into grains.
700. Important food.
701. Ingredient of pilaff.
702. Playwright Elmer ___.
703. Staten Island borough.
704. Ingredient of pilaf.
705. Japan's main menu.
706. What arrack is made from.
707. One way to serve potatoes.
708. Ingredient of a bridal shower.
709. Institute at Houston.
710. Pudding ingredient.
711. Staple oriental diet.
712. Well-known sports writer.
713. Prepared a certain way, as potatoes.
714. Product of Louisiana.
715. Prepared (potatoes) in a certain way.
716. Major crop in Burma.
717. Staple food.
718. Texas product.
719. Indo-China has one.
720. Food plant.
721. Houston school.
722. Late "Granny" of sports.
723. Middle name of Edgar Burroughs.
724. Starchy seeds.
725. ___ potatoes.
726. Oriental staple.
727. Wedding cereal.
728. Kitchen gadget.
729. Oriental plant.
730. Texas school.
731. Put through a kitchen utensil.
732. User of chopsticks.
733. Familiar scene in the Orient.
734. Put through a kitchen device.
735. China's concern.
736. Relative of onionskin.
737. Menu item.
738. Used a kitchen untensil.
739. Kitchen tool.
740. South Carolinian.
741. Did a cook's chore.
742. U.S. playwright.
743. Style of potatoes.
744. Golden __
745. Major crop in Burma
746. Author of "The Tumult and the Shouting"
747. Late "Granny" of sports
748. Middle name of Edgar Burroughs
749. Food plant
750. Starchy seeds
751. Wedding cereal
752. Oriental plant
753. He wrote "Dream Girl"
754. Oryza sativa
755. Annual cereal grass
756. Ingredient in creole cookery
757. Ingredient of Louisiana dishes
758. Starch with chicken dishes
759. Half the world's diet
760. Houston Institute
761. Main meal of Orientals
762. Companion of old shoes
763. Vegetable
764. American dramatist
765. Cereal
766. Menu item
767. Food for millions
768. Well-known playwright
769. Pilaf
770. ___ bird (bobolink)
771. Important crop
772. Food grain
773. U S playwright
774. Translation for
775. ____ pudding