TO DIE FOR
We usually use TO DIE FOR when we talk about food and it means the food is very very delicious.
- My mother’s lasagna is to die for!
- The pizza at Lombardi’s in Soho is to die for.
- It’s not to die for, but my homemade pizza isn’t bad!
How about you? Have you eaten anything recently that was to die for?
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