Definition of 'rasher'
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Lay the bacon rashers next to each other on a sheet of foil to form a rectangle, then lay the chicken leg on top skin-side down. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Cut the bacon rashers into pieces and add them too. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add the remaining bacon rashers and cook until the bacon begins to brown and the onions soften. The Sun (2014)Dice the bacon or slice across the rashers into chunky strips. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Grill two rashers of lean back bacon. The Sun (2013)Fold the chicken over and wrap each in two rashers of bacon. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Average UK consumption of bacon is two rashers a week. The Sun (2008)Grill 2 rashers of lean bacon, with nice big portions of mushrooms and tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And if you eat as many as four bacon rashers a day, your risk of cancer is raised by 36 per cent. The Sun (2015)
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