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34 results for TAPIOCA

18 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for TAPIOCA.

DateGridClueAuthor
4DPudding ingredient (3)Howard Barkin
35DThickening agentDavid Steinberg
43AThickening agent in cookeryRoland Huget
32DOption for thickening soupSteve Salitan
39DPudding thickenerMichael Shteyman
42DFood whose name comes from the Tupi language of South AmericaDavid Quarfoot
25ADessert served in a bowlNed White
43DStarchy dessertDonna S. Levin
36DDessert Calvin doesn't like in "Calvin and Hobbes"Raymond C. Young
25DCassava productManny Nosowsky
92AStarchy foodLeonard Williams
20APudding ingredient (3)Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
44DTraditional pudding ingredientJohn Greenman
44DDessert made from a Brazilian exportR. Norris
62AFood originally made by Brazilian IndiansM. Nosowsky
2DCook’s thickenerNancy Joline
25DPudding ingredient (3)Harvey Estes
20ACassava dishWayne Robert Williams

16 results for TAPIOCA from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
23ACassava grainsPhyllis FehringerMaleska
10DSoup thickenerNorman S. WizerMaleska
23DPudding thickenerRussellMaleska
23AFood from cassavaUnknownWeng
15AKind of pudding.UnknownFarrar
48DSoup thickener.William A. Lewis, Jr.Farrar
50ADessert.UnknownFarrar
13AKind of pudding.UnknownFarrar
62AStarchy substance from cassava root.UnknownFarrar
18AType of pudding.Harold T. BersFarrar
52AType of pudding.UnknownFarrar
43DKind of pudding.UnknownFarrar
105ADessert.Charles CrossFarrar
112ABland dessert.Harold T. BersFarrar
26AIt and prussic acid come from cassava root.Thomas MeekinFarrar
2DCassava starch.Thomas MeekinFarrar