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# Clue
1. Beef ___
2. Cook prunes
3. Irish, for one
4. Beef or Irish
5. Lobscouse, e.g.
6. Brunswick dish
7. Mulligan ___
8. Swivet or tizzy
9. Lobscouse
10. Daube is one
11. Hostess, in airline lingo
12. Olla or salmi
13. Chili con carne
14. Ragout or burgoo
15. Paella
16. Swelter or dither
17. Daube, e.g.
18. Mulligan's meal?
19. Swivet
20. Airline employee, for short
21. Chowder
22. Jet hostess, for short
23. Mulligan's specialty
24. Culinary mélange
25. Burgoo or swivet
26. Boil slowly
27. Pottage
28. Olla contents
29. Fricassee
30. Olla-podrida
31. Follower of beef or fish
32. Olla podrida, e.g.
33. Burgoo or scouse
34. Matelote, e.g.
35. Muddle or mulligan
36. Mulligan or slumgullion
37. Puchero, e.g.
38. Slumgullion
39. Pepper pot
40. Jugged hare, e.g.
41. Haricot, for one
42. Scouse is one
43. Mental morass
44. Scouse or swivet
45. Burgoo or ragout
46. Onetime flight attendant, slangily
47. Flight attendant, slangily
48. Lose sleep over something
49. Think obsessively
50. Meat-and-vegetables fare
51. This-and-that dish
52. Act the worrywart
53. Dish that sticks to your ribs
54. Hot pot
55. Slow-cook
56. Hot pot or pepper pot
57. Be worried (over)
58. Curry, e.g.
59. "Some of this, some of that" dish
60. "Little of this, little of that" dish
61. Endlessly worry
62. Hasenpfeffer, e.g.
63. Do a slow boil
64. Slow-boil
65. Think things over and over
66. Be hot and bothered
67. Dish served with a big spoon
68. Something cooked in a slow cooker
69. Dish from a slow cooker
70. Slumgullion, for one
71. Ladled entree
72. Many an Ethiopian dish
73. One-pot entree
74. Simmered potful
75. Slow-cooker meal
76. Tagine or jambalaya
77. Concoction from a slow cooker
78. Feijoada, e.g.
79. Simmered dish
80. Attendant, slangily
81. Boxcar rider's fare?
82. Olla filler
83. Oxtail, e.g.
84. Cioppino, e.g.
85. Flight worker, once, for short
86. Bent-out-of-shape shape
87. Worry obsessively
88. Get in a state
89. Get stressed
90. Anxiously worry
91. BECOME TOO HOT
92. Cook with simmering heat
93. MAIN COURSE THAT MIGHT BE MADE IN A SLOW COOKER
94. Bouillabaisse, for one
95. Fret and fume
96. Meat-and-vegetable fare
97. Mulligan fare
98. Goulash or maafe, e.g
99. Astrologer to Elizabeth I
100. Hobo fare
101. Agonize over
102. Ragout or ratatouille
103. Flight attendant, briefly
104. Meat + veggies=
105. Meat-and- potatoes dish
106. Bouillabase, for one
107. Bottle one's anger
108. All-in-one meal
109. Dish in a tureen
110. Slow-cooked meal in a pot
111. Remain angry
112. Crock-Pot concoction
113. Goulash, for one
114. Fret and fuss
115. Slow-cooked mأ©lange of a meal
116. Convenient meal
117. Bo kho, e.g.
118. Booyah, e.g.
119. Booyah, say
120. Crockpot dish
121. Dinty Moore offering
122. Ratatouille, for example
123. Winter dinner
124. Stirred dinner
125. Brunswick, for one
126. Worry a lot
127. Bothered state
128. Crockpot mixture
129. Hasenpfeffer, say
130. Crock-Pot dish
131. Wait for grades to be posted, perhaps
132. Cook in a covered pot
133. Cassoulet, e.g.
134. Slumgullion or hasenpfeffer
135. Crock-Pot potful
136. Ladled dish
137. Beef-and-veggies concoction
138. Ratatouille, for one
139. Dish with many recipes
140. Jambalaya, e.g.
141. Crock-Pot dinner
142. Rage inwardly
143. Stressful thing to get into
144. Chicken paprikash, e.g.
145. Gumbo, for example
146. Ladled-out meal
147. All-in-one dinner
148. Slow cooker dish
149. Beef bourguignonne, for one
150. Soup of a sort
151. Cassoulet or haricot
152. Simmer slowly
153. Dubliner's dish
154. Meat and vegetable dish
155. Mulligan __
156. Slow-cooking dish
157. Be fretful
158. Beef dish
159. Internalize anger
160. Mulligan, for one
161. One-pot dinner
162. One-pot meal
163. Meal in a pot
164. Beef-and-potatoes dish
165. Gumbo or goulash
166. Meat and vegetable meal
167. Souplike beef dish
168. Beef + potatoes dish
169. Bouillabaisse is one
170. Goulash, for instance
171. Beef-and-potatoes dinner
172. Cook by simmering
173. Crockpot meal
174. Heartier version of 30 Down
175. Meat/vegetable dish
176. Soup's thicker relative
177. Beef or lamb dish
178. Beef/veggie meal
179. Crockpot fare
180. Ladled meal
181. Long-cooking dish
182. Fret
183. Hearty dinner
184. Little of this, little of that dish
185. Some of this, some of that dish
186. 77-Down, for one
187. Some of this and some of that
188. Noted erupter of May 18, 1980
189. Trash pads?
190. Nail, as a gymnastic landing
191. Patron of pregnant women
192. Have permanent effect
193. Price holder
194. Person not easily budged
195. Boonies
196. Like a pig in a pen
197. Organizer of the 1-/17-Across
198. New and Improved! might appear on one
199. Be revolting
200. *The point
201. Bank teller's fear
202. Oppose authority
203. Grunts may come out of them
204. Total messes
205. Likkered up
206. Feature of this puzzle's three long Down answers
207. Soldier on
208. Food to go?
209. Some college dorm rooms
210. Brit. pounds
211. It's not an automatic feature
212. Goulashes, e.g.
213. 1991 Wimbledon champ Michael
214. Declare something completely finished
215. Bed in many a Thai dish
216. Mentally goes [grumble grumble grumble]
217. Peak in 1980 headlines
218. Hands in the air! ... or a literal hint to 17-, 23-, 37- and 46-Across
219. Actress Kristen of the "Twilight Saga" series
220. Is anguished over a decision
221. Scoreboard abbr. in the NHL, NFL, and MLB, but not the NBA
222. World Series-winning cap letters
223. Missouri airport abbr.
224. Normandy site
225. '-- It Up' ('73 hit)
226. 'Great' pope of the fifth century
227. Inits. on a Card's cap
228. Rouses industry interest
229. Partying rocker's loss (Abbr.)
230. R.E.M.'s Michael
231. Singer Michael
232. Bob Marley "___ It Up"
233. Lifted CD
234. Sink down a level
235. Actress around the capital?
236. Skater's wear
237. Army can
238. Field pass?
239. Irish and beef
240. Letters on some silver
241. ...and carry a big _____
242. Mulligan and Burgoo, e.g.
243. They're gummed
244. Crockpot meals
245. Penned, as a pig
246. Brace for a shock
247. Irish offering
248. In-flight attendant
249. Irish and oyster, e.g.
250. It operates gears
251. Confined to a pen
252. Mud bath locales
253. Bad name for a rabbit?
254. Dish cooked in a pot
255. Oyster concoction
256. Tasteless name for a rabbit?
257. Meal simmered in a pot
258. Get madder and madder
259. Goulash, e.g.
260. Obsess about a slight
261. Beef bourguignon, e.g.
262. Crockpot creation
263. Ratatouille, e.g.
264. Cook, as prunes for breakfast
265. Beef bourguignon, for one
266. Mulligan, e.g.
267. Onetime flight attendant, in slang
268. Curry or ragout
269. Hearty fare
270. One-time flight attendant, in slang
271. Certain hearty fare
272. Bad nickname for a rabbit?
273. Be resentful
274. Dinty Moore ___
275. Dutch oven dinner
276. Place for dumplings
277. Goulash
278. Hearty dish
279. Way to cook tough meat
280. Hobo's meal
281. In a ___ (worried)
282. Irish dish
283. Olla podrida
284. Prepare prunes
285. Culinary mأ©lange
286. Slumgullion or burgoo
287. Former Justice Potter et al.
288. Jambalaya, for one
289. Rabbit dish
290. Cabin attendants, slangily
291. Cassoulet and others
292. Noted trumpet blower
293. Hot pot and others
294. #2 at the 1994 U.S. Open
295. Eisenhower appointee to the Supreme Court
296. Shipboard functionary
297. Waitstaff overseer
298. Late golf champion Payne
299. Slow-cooked dinner
300. Bouillabaisse
301. Burgoo, e.g.
302. Crockpot concoction
303. Slow-cooked meal
304. Worry
305. Cold weather meal
306. Meat treat
307. Worry about
308. Brunswick, e.g.
309. Constantly worry
310. Be in a funk
311. Ragout
312. Crockpot contents
313. Culinary potpourri
314. Goulash, for example
315. Haricot or hasenpfeffer
316. Meat-and-potatoes concoction
317. Be anxious
318. Burgoo or hasenpfeffer
319. Goulash or mulligan
320. Hearty bowlful
321. Be in a snit
322. Chili verde, e.g.
323. Chili verde, for example
324. Hasenpfeffer or burgoo
325. Prepare prunes, e.g.
326. Dinty Moore product
327. Get into a huff
328. Burgoo, for example
329. Cook by slow boiling
330. Internalize one's anger
331. Prepare applesauce
332. Ratatouille or ragout
333. Bouillabaisse, e.g.
334. Chicken dish, say
335. Oyster ___
336. Hasenpfeffer or slumgullion
337. Hearty meal
338. One-dish meal
339. Be in a lather
340. Let them ___ in their own juice—Bismarck
341. Agonize
342. Lather
343. Dither
344. Brood
345. Potpourri
346. Pot-au-feu
347. Hasenpfeffer, for one
348. Good winter entree
349. Irish ___
350. Stay up nights, say
351. Fuss
352. Crock pot dinner
353. Worry (over)
354. Dish simmered in a pot
355. Meat-and-potatoes dish
356. Hodgepodge
357. Cook slowly
358. Cabin attendant, once
359. Cook, as tomatoes
360. Do a slow burn
361. Zone (4)
362. Jumble
363. Agitated state
364. Menu item
365. Swelter
366. Gallimaufry
367. Seethe
368. Troublesome situation weak characters raised
369. Casserole
370. Fuss and fret
371. Tasty dinner dish
372. Mulligan
373. State of agitation
374. Synonym for 43
375. Hobo's mulligan
376. Worry: Coll
377. Dinner dish
378. Dish gone west
379. Budae-jjigae, e.g
380. "... overdue I'm in a rabbit ___"
381. "All This and Rabbit ___" (1950)
382. "Guest Host" artist
383. "Irish" dish
384. "Little of this little of that" dish
385. "Mulligan" meal
386. "Some of this some of that" dish
387. 'Tain't three
388. Agitation
389. Agitation: Colloq.
390. Agonize (over)
391. Angler's soup
392. Anxiety
393. Anxious state
394. Attendant slangily
395. Be agitated
396. Be in a dither
397. Be in a dither.
398. Be in a huff
399. Be mad alone
400. Be mad and keep it in
401. Be quietly pissed
402. Be unable to sleep maybe
403. Be uncomfortably hot
404. Be unsettled
405. Become agitated
406. Beef and vegetable dish
407. Beef bourguignon e.g.
408. Beef bourguignon for one
409. Beef bourguignonne for one
410. Beef concoction
411. Beef meal in a slow cooker
412. Beef or Mulligan
413. Beef-and-potatoes meal
414. Beef-and-vegetables dish
415. Beefy dish
416. Beefy dish often
417. Beefy entree
418. Bigos for one
419. Blanquette e.g.
420. Bo kho e.g.
421. Boeuf bourguignon e.g.
422. Boeuf bourguignon essentially
423. Boiled dinner.
424. Boiled repast
425. Bollito misto
426. Booyah e.g.
427. Booyah say
428. Bouillabaisse or burgoo
429. Bouillabaisse or burgoo e.g.
430. Bouillabaisse or ratatouille
431. Bouillabaisse or ratatouille e.g.
432. Bouillabaisse e.g.
433. Bouillabaisse for one
434. Bouillabase for one
435. Boxcar rider's fare stereotypically
436. Brood (over)
437. Brunswick ___.
438. Brunswick or mulligan
439. Brunswick e.g.
440. Brunswick for one
441. Brunswick for one.
442. Burgoo
443. Burgoo or cioppino
444. Burgoo e.g.
445. Burgoo for example
446. Burgoo for one
447. Cabin attendant once
448. Callaloo or cassoulet say
449. Campfire dinner
450. Campout meal
451. Campsite fare
452. Carbonnade e.g.
453. Cassoulet or haricot e.g.
454. Cassoulet e.g.
455. Chafe
456. Chicken dish say
457. Chicken paprikash e.g.
458. Chile con carne for instance
459. Chili con carne essentially
460. Chili verde e.g.
461. Chili verde for example
462. Chowder.
463. Cioppino e.g.
464. Cioppino for one
465. Cold-weather meal
466. Confusion
467. Contents of a slow cooker
468. Cook in a slow cooker
469. Cook tomatoes in a way
470. Cook while submerged
471. Cook as prunes for breakfast
472. Cook as tomatoes
473. Cook.
474. Cookbook entry.
475. Cooking direction
476. Coq au vin e.g.
477. Crock-Pot concoction perhaps
478. Crock-Pot fare
479. Crock-pot meal
480. Crock-pot contents
481. Crockpot comfort food
482. Crockpot dinner
483. Crockpot favorite
484. Crockpot recipe
485. Curry e.g.
486. Daube e.g.
487. Difficult situation
488. Difficult spot
489. Dilemma
490. Dinner dish.
491. Dinner in a pot
492. Dinner that's ladled out
493. Dish for a worrywart?
494. Dish from a crockpot
495. Dish in a bowl
496. Dish in a breadbowl
497. Dish in one pot
498. Dish many restaurants keep in stock?
499. Dish that can cook for hours
500. Dish that may be ladled
501. Dish that simmers
502. Dish with a little of this and a little of that
503. Dish with meat and vegetables
504. Dish.
505. Disquieted state
506. Dither.
507. Do some agonizing
508. Dumplings go-with
509. Dutch oven dish
510. Dwell on anger
511. Easter egg ___ (leftovers dish)
512. Easy crockpot dish
513. Entree eaten with a spoon
514. Entree for a crowd
515. Entree full of orts
516. Entree in apot
517. Entree served in a bowl
518. Entree that's ladled
519. Entree.
520. Etouffee for example
521. Etouffee say
522. Excited state
523. Feel the heat
524. Flight attendant briefly
525. Flight attendant slangily
526. Flight worker once for short
527. Fret (over)
528. Fret or fuss: Colloq.
529. Fret over
530. Fret.
531. Fret: Colloq.
532. Fretful thing to be in
533. Fricassee for example
534. Fume
535. Get angrier and angrier
536. Get in a lather
537. Get into a lather
538. Get more and more upset
539. Get too hot
540. Good name for a soup cook?
541. Goulash or gumbo
542. Goulash or ragout
543. Goulash or slumgullion
544. Goulash e.g.
545. Goulash for example
546. Goulash for instance
547. Goulash for one
548. Goulash.
549. Green Day "Brain ___"
550. Green Day "Brain" recipe?
551. Green Day's "Brain ___"
552. Green Day: "Brain ___"
553. Gumbo e.g.
554. Gumbo for example
555. Gumbo for one
556. Gumbo say
557. Harbor a beef
558. Haricot for one
559. Hasenpfeffer is one
560. Hasenpfeffer e.g.
561. Hasenpfeffer for one
562. Hasenpfeffer say
563. Hasenpfeffer.
564. Hearty bowlful (4)
565. Hearty campfire meal
566. Hearty dish cooked in water
567. Hearty dish.
568. Hearty entree
569. Hearty meat dish.
570. Hearty soup
571. Heterogeneous victual.
572. Hobo concoction
573. Hobo concoction in stereotypes
574. Homey dish
575. Hostess in airline lingo
576. Hot pot or mulligan
577. Hot pot e.g.
578. Hotchpotch
579. Hotchpotch.
580. Hungarian goulash e.g.
581. Hungarian goulash essentially
582. Irish ___ (lamb dish)
583. Irish ___.
584. Irish or mulligan
585. Irish for one
586. It may be beef or Irish
587. It might be in a witches' cauldron
588. It might take stock
589. Jambalaya or Burgoo
590. Jambalaya e.g.
591. Jambalaya for one
592. Jet hostess for short
593. Jugged hare e.g.
594. Just sit there being mad
595. Kentuckian burgoo Portuguese cozido or German hassenpfeffer
596. Ladle-served mixture thicker than soup
597. Ladled course
598. Ladled fare
599. Ladled lunch
600. Lamb dish
601. Lather metaphorically
602. Leftovers concoction
603. Leftovers in a bowl
604. Leftovers meal
605. Lobscouse e.g.
606. Lobscouse.
607. Lose sleep
608. Lose sleep (over)
609. Lose sleep over
610. MTV's "Sunday ___"
611. Made up one's mind about
612. Make a fuss
613. Matelote e.g.
614. Meal eaten with a spoon
615. Meal from a slow cooker
616. Meal in a slow cooker
617. Meal much thicker than broth
618. Meal prepared in a pot
619. Meal served with a ladle
620. Meat + potatoes dish
621. Meat and potatoes
622. Meat and potatoes dish
623. Meat and vegetables dish
624. Meat and veggie dish
625. Meat dish
626. Meat dish.
627. Meat potato and vegetable dish
628. Meat-and-potatoes meal
629. Meat-and-vegetable entree
630. Meat-and-vegetables concoction
631. Meat-and-vegetables dish
632. Meat-and-vegetables entree
633. Meat-and-veggie dish
634. Meat-and-veggies dish
635. Meaty bowlful
636. Meaty dish
637. Meaty meal
638. Medley
639. Miscellany
640. Mishmash
641. Mishmash dish
642. Mixed bag
643. Mixed dish
644. More than a mere soup
645. Moroccan tajine or Japanese chankonabe e.g.
646. Moroccan tajine e.g.
647. Mull (over)
648. Mulligan for one
649. Mulligan or beef
650. Mulligan or muddle
651. Mulligan or ragout
652. Mulligan's dish
653. Mulligan e.g.
654. Mulligan for one
655. Mulligan.
656. Mulligans specialty
657. Mutton ___
658. Mutton dish
659. Nicki Minaj "Beef ___"
660. Nurse a resentment
661. Nurse a snub
662. Odds and ends
663. Olio
664. Olla
665. Olla output
666. Olla podrida e.g.
667. Olla podrida.
668. Olla e.g.
669. One-dish dinner.
670. One-dish meal.
671. One-pot beef dish
672. One-pot dish
673. One-time flight attendant in slang
674. Onetime flight attendant in slang
675. Onetime flight attendant slangily
676. Ort entree
677. Overbrew as tea
678. Oxtail ___
679. Oxtail e.g.
680. Oyster ___.
681. Oyster dish
682. Oyster dish.
683. Oyster entree
684. Oyster for one
685. Oyster's place
686. Portuguese cozido e.g.
687. Pot au feu
688. Pot concoction
689. Pot contents
690. Pot contents perhaps
691. Pot dish
692. Pot holding
693. Pot-au-feu e.g.
694. Pot-au-feu.
695. Pother.
696. Pout
697. Pozole or paprikash e.g.
698. Pozole or waterzooi say
699. Predicament
700. Predicament so to speak
701. Prepare prunes e.g.
702. Prepare tomatoes maybe
703. Prepare as a compote.
704. Prepare as prunes
705. Puchero e.g.
706. Ragout or cassoulet e.g.
707. Ragout e.g.
708. Ragout for one
709. Ragout.
710. Ratatouille
711. Ratatouille e.g.
712. Ratatouille for example
713. Ratatouille for one
714. Really worry
715. Relative of a boiled dinner.
716. Roast alternative
717. Ruminate
718. Salmagundi or potpourri
719. See red
720. Seethe in silence
721. Seethe.
722. Simmer
723. Simmer in anger
724. Simmer as anger
725. Simmer.
726. Simmered food
727. Simmering potful
728. Single-dish meal
729. Sit and fret
730. Sit around and worry
731. Slow boiled dish
732. Slow cooker contents
733. Slow cooker dish (4)
734. Slow cooker meal
735. Slow-cooked dish
736. Slow-cooked entree
737. Slow-cooked fare
738. Slow-cooked melange of a meal
739. Slow-cooker concoction
740. Slow-cooker dinner
741. Slow-cooker preparation
742. Slumgullion or mulligan
743. Slumgullion e.g.
744. Slumgullion for one
745. Snit
746. Soup kitchen serving
747. State of uneasiness
748. State of vexation
749. State of worry.
750. Stay mad
751. Stay up nights
752. Stay up nights say
753. Stereotypical hobo fare
754. Stove-top creation
755. Sulk
756. Sweat bullets
757. Tagine e.g.
758. Thick bowlful
759. Think things over
760. Tizzy
761. Traffic jam "Rock & Roll ___ Pt. 1"
762. Traffic: "Rock and Roll ___"
763. Tureen filler
764. Vexed state
765. Wait for grades to be posted perhaps
766. Wallow in as in a funk
767. Warming winter supper
768. What a pot may hold
769. What worrywarts do
770. Winter dish
771. Wintry Smitten Kitchen recipe say
772. Worried state
773. Worry (about)
774. Worry worry worry
775. Worry: Colloq.
776. Worrywart's state
777. Zesty potful
778. ___ meat
779. Slumgullion, e.g.
780. Cassoulet or haricot, e.g.
781. Crock-Pot concoction, perhaps
782. Hobo concoction, in stereotypes
783. Burgoo, for one
784. Relative of 11-Down
785. Cioppino, for one
786. Simmer, as anger
787. Irish ____
788. Oyster for one
789. Attendant
790. Justice Potter
791. Ship attendant
792. Cooks slowly
793. Silver quality: abbr.
794. Slow-cooked
795. Airplane attendant
796. Hot pot, e.g.
797. Fetched object
798. Racing official
799. They know where to get wine
800. Jimmy, who befriended Harvey
801. Hasenpfeffer and hot pot
802. Drunk, in slang
803. Acts the worrywart
804. Prepared prunes
805. Two-handled cooking vessels
806. Like some tomatoes
807. Drunk as a skunk
808. Ship or shop figure
809. Crock-Pot concoctions
810. Pot-au-feu, e.g.
811. Stereotypical 25-Down fare
812. Word that can follow the first parts of 16- and 59-Across and 15- and 28-Down
813. Attendants on flights
814. Tipsy, and then some
815. Frets
816. Seethes
817. Fuddy-duddy
818. Adhere
819. Filthy quarters
820. Worries
821. Linger
822. Moundsman Dave
823. Blasted
824. Larsson who wrote "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"
825. Sommelier
826. Family Guy baby
827. Fusses
828. Boondocks
829. See 5-Across
830. Washington newsmaker of 1980
831. See 19-Across
832. Broods
833. Impales
834. Kindling
835. Frets (over)
836. Loses sleep (over)
837. Long fur scarfs
838. WWII site
839. Budge
840. Circus prop
841. Blends
842. Depot: Abbr.
843. Prepared to speak, maybe
844. Ancient portico
845. Alexander director
846. Indy 500 sponsor
847. Pool pull-over
848. Filthy places
849. Curb
850. Nevertheless
851. Not yet used
852. Napoleon slept here
853. Penned up
854. Hog homes
855. Fetch missile
856. Less limber
857. Suppresses
858. Pie-eyed
859. Mulligans
860. 1991 Wimbledon champ
861. Dutch oven
862. Swelters
863. Airline worker
864. British observance of April 23
865. English city famous for glassmaking
866. Ladled entrأ©e
867. Slow-cooked entrأ©e
868. Wine-list presenter
869. Chile con carne, for instance
870. Chili con carne, essentially
871. Ready to rumble, perhaps
872. أ‰touffأ©e, for example
873. Drummer in the Police
874. Big name in the ImClone story
875. Blanquette, e.g.
876. Flight attendants, for short
877. Manage
878. Prepare, as prunes
879. Stay up all night worrying?
880. Play places
881. Having power to animate.
882. Island south of South Island, N. Z.
883. Swelter.
884. Ships' culinary chiefs.
885. Hinterland.
886. Noted actor and aviator.
887. Augean places.
888. Actor James ___.
889. Lodged in a filthy abode.
890. Hobo's mulligan.
891. Worry: Coll.
892. Man accused in Luke xvi, 1.
893. State of agitation.
894. Synonym for 43 Down.
895. Tasty dinner dish.
896. He played in "Harvey."
897. Philadelphia pepper pot.
898. Relative of pot-au-feu.
899. Club supervisor.
900. Relative of chowder.
901. Ocean liner V. I. P.'s.
902. Get in a dither.
903. Worried state.
904. Workers on a ship.
905. Chowder's relative.
906. Fricassee's relative.
907. Mulligan, for instance.
908. Worried one.
909. Chowder, for example.
910. Mulligan or muddle.
911. Pottage.
912. He played Lindbergh.
913. New Supreme Court Justice.
914. Employe of a passenger ship.
915. Actor James and family.
916. ___ one's own juice.
917. Brunswick, for one.
918. Passenger ship VIP.
919. Ship attendant.
920. Prepare, as a compote.
921. Warren colleague.
922. Crew member.
923. Cooked, in a way.
924. Managers.
925. Management
926. Did the prunes.
927. Ragout, for one
928. Hearty entrأ©e
929. Hungarian goulash, essentially
930. Relative of chowder
931. Get in a dither
932. Dish
933. Artificial bed of oysters
934. Mulligan, for instance
935. Onions in the ___
936. Fricassee's relative
937. Chowder's relative
938. Fret: Colloq
939. State of worry
940. Chowder, for example
941. Worry: Colloq
942. Boiled dinner
943. Fret or fuss: Colloq
944. Brunswick ___
945. Hearty meat dish
946. One-dish dinner
947. Cook
948. Prepare, as a compote
949. Entree
950. Hasenpfeffer
951. Agitation: Colloq
952. Pother
953. Mulligan, eg
954. Lobscouse, eg
955. Dish cooked in liquid and served in gravy
956. Meat and vegetables
957. Hotpot
958. Ragout, e.g.
959. IN THE COMPANY OF 4 Letters
960. COMPOUND 4 Letters
961. DISTURBANCE