idioms food drink 12
burn to a crisp (burn something completely): She burned the dinner to a crisp.
burn to a crisp (become severely sunburned): If lay in the sun all day, you’ll get burned to a crisp.
butter someone up (be nice to someone in order to get them to like you and support you): He always buttering up the boss to get promotion.
butter wouldn’t melt in one’s mouth (looks to be innocent, sincere)
can’t boil an egg (can’t cook at all): Let’s eat something beforehand because Jack is making dinner, and he can’t even boil an egg.
can’t hold your liquor: Leo can’t hold his liquor, so tell them not to keep filling his glass.
carrot and stick approach : A carrot and stick approach may work best for low grades.
champagne taste on a beer budget (like expensive things you can’t afford)