- n heavy and filling (and usually starchy) food
- Wrote Mosley: "I'm trying to be brave about it, and trying to stomach the same sort of dreary stodge that has been coming into your house and mine since I went away.
- Today she looks like a stoic maiden aunt; kids at a family dinner would peg her as a stodge.
- Krakoff persuaded the company to dislodge some stodge by making accessories out of something other than leather.
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- Fifty New York Restaurants and Bars Offering Good Food for Less
New York has fine and inexpensive restaurants. It also has plenty that serve large portions of carbohydrate-laden stodge. Here are 50 good places that I tried during an extended visit from London. Most offer value as well as decent food.
Feb. 13, 2014 - Bloomberg