Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 02/22/15

Hell's Kitchen Gear display in Manhattan

Hell’s Kitchen Gear display in Manhattan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Visual Description:  The other Hell’s Kitchen?

SIFONU  =  FUSION,  SIRDAH  =  RADISH,  OEKOIC  =  COOKIE,  DERNOT  =  RODENT,  RAWOND  =  ONWARD,  SEPRUU  =  PURSUE   —   Giving us:  FSIASCIERETORDPRE

Clue/Question:  When the restaurant decided to hire two head chefs, it was a – – –

Restaraunt Row on West 46th Street in New York

Restaraunt Row on West 46th Street in New York (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Answer:  RECIPE FOR DISASTER

(This wasn’t easy!  Especially when doing it after shoveling a ton of snow.  I thought I got all of the words on my own, but nearly made two mistakes.  I tried telling myself that “rodent” was “tendor”, in the sense that “legal tendor” was spelled differently than tender greens.  It’s only when I pulled out a twenty did I realize they were spelled the same!  But, after realizing that it couldn’t be “tendor” I immediately realized it was “rodent”.  I can’t explain why.  Then, while checking the latest ralis95 clue word database, I found out that I was definitely wrong about “puruse”.  Luckily, that mistake didn’t effect the answer letter layout any.  Which happened to be a master jumble today, by the way.  At first I thought the answer was going to start with FIASCO, because of the answer letter layout.  But, I quickly figured that the middle word had to be FOR, so FIASCO wouldn’t work.  My daughter was the one who saw DISASTER first.  Which then led me to the full answer.  My beautiful baby girl – 23 – gets a big assist!  She loves all the cooking shows on the cable channels.  Especially Chopped and the one with kid bakers and Valerie Bertinelli and a heavy-set bald dude.  Oh, and as of today, she’s now a fan of one of my favorite Sunday Morning correspondents, Mo Rocca!  He does a cooking show called My Grandmother’s Ravioli.  Funny guy.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR 


3 Responses to “Sunday Jumble Spoiler – 02/22/15”


  1. 1 LindaLee February 22, 2015 at 11:27 pm

    What a Sunday puzzler!! OMG! I wish I could have found RODENT that easily. It took two full school size pieces of paper diagramming and messing with that DIABOLICAL jumbling to come up with NADA! Fortunately I did figure out the puzzler answer with the letters I did have so that I could back into RODENT, but that didn’t come easily either.

    You didn’t go down the puruse street alone Unc. But, I checked my handy dandy Webster spell check device and when it started searching I knew I had no word. Thankfully, pursue came pretty quickly.

    Grand, grand puzzler. I can just see our guyz tilting back in their chairs with a satisfied “nailed it” look on their face! Well done! LL

  2. 2 unclerave February 23, 2015 at 10:45 am

    You go through all that, LindaLee? I can easily back into clue words when I have to, but when it comes to the answers themselves, I either see them, or I don’t. Especially, when it’s a good answer letter layout!

    — YUR

  3. 3 LindaLee February 23, 2015 at 1:09 pm

    Yes I do! I try so hard not to let a puzzler puzzle me!!! I figure it is good for my brain. And I so hate to throw in the towel! That’s sometimes why I get so far behind–I’m just totally stuck!! AND, I don’t like to go to the next puzzler until I have the current one solved.

    I’m sure there is a word for my puzzler behavior!! 🙂 LL


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