goulash goulash  /ˈɡu ˌlɑʃ/


  • (n) a rich meat stew highly seasoned with paprika



  1. Myth: Czech restaurateurs can only keep goulash for three hours after it is cooked before throwing it away.
  2. Germans still eat Katerfruhstuck, a postbinge breakfast that usually consists of herring, pickles and goulash.
  3. The Germans eat Katerfrhstck, a postbinge breakfast of herring, pickles and goulash.


  • Tracklist: Jack Johnson headed to Bonnaroo

    According to Vulture's new pop scribe Jody Rosen, Thom Yorke's lyrics might just be a " goulash of words and phrases, from which no coherent meaning can be extracted - some nouns and verbs, some clichés, the odd "poetic" ejaculation ." Huh! Barefooted human Corona "Find Your Beach" commercial Jack Johnson will fill in for ailing Mumford and Sons as Saturday night's big headliner at Bonnaroo ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Creative Loafing Atlanta

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  1. "It is appropriate and timely to have port legislation," Chertoff said. "What we want to do is, let's have the ports bill, let's not have the goulash bill."
    on Sep 26, 2006 By: Michael Chertoff Source: GovExec.com

  2. "I didn't want to put in so much a goulash of music, just to make a good soundtrack," Holland says.
    on Oct 15, 2006 By: Agnieszka Holland Source: Jerusalem Post

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