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Definition of Gulosh



  • A delicious meaty stew without seafood but everything else. Compare to: Gumbo, or Chicken Stew. Origin; Texas and California. Creators; The Farr Family. Example : I have never seen so much food in one Big Pot and it smells so good, what is your mom cooking? [Gulosh], can I please get a bowl? Yes my Brotha,Yes.

    Last edited on Jun 25 2019. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Jun 25 2019.

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