All the items used in the process of smoking marijuana.
"Ay you got the ingredients?"
"Yea"
"Alright lets go"
by Badfish1939 April 15, 2007
The plural of 'ingridient', according to Theresa Giudice of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey"
I remember when I first got married, I would buy cookbooks and there would be like a million umm–ingrediences. Like, some ingrediences that we never use as Italians
by tooreal09 June 3, 2011
The mispronunciation of ingredients.
Person 1: "Let's take a look at our ingrediments."
Person 2: "I think you mean ingredients. I'm going to urban-dictionary that shit."
by smpoza October 21, 2010
1.) The part of the recipe that is protected by lock and key so no one will copy the success of such a perfect concoction. Usually the SECRET INGREDIENT is what distinguishes the original article from phony wannabes, look-alikes and knock-offs similarly to the effect of "special sauce".

2.) Euphemism for something (anything) added to the mix (or to the take-out food order) that's not supposed to be in there. Added to accomplish crafty revenge, the SECRET INGREDIENT is usually undetected. But there's hell to pay if one is caught.
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EXAMPLES:

1.) People have tried for years to copy the seasoning recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken to no avail. Colonel Sanders' SECRET INGREDIENT is worth millions.

3.) "I didn't work at Burger King for long, but if I ever saw a cop ordering a hamburger I always made sure it was a booger burger if I could get away with spittin' my SECRET INGREDIENT on the pickles.
by Bongo Cholomongo September 21, 2006
The ingredients in a "Jeffrey" (from the 2010 movie; "Get Him to the Greek")

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A "Jeffrey" contains the fallowing ingredients according to "Aldous Snow" a fictional character, and leading role in the 2010 movie "Get Him to the Greek"

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(Listed in order of the actual line spoken by the character)

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*Weed mostly. (Marijuana)

*Got a bit of Opium in it. (lachryma papaveris; dried latex obtained from the opium poppy)

*Some Heroin. (diacetylmorphine (INN)), also known as diamorphine (BAN))

*Crunched up E's. (Ecstasy - MDMA)

*Clorox. (cleaning product; primarily bleach)

*Methadone. (Symoron, Dolophine, Amidone, Methadose, Physeptone, Heptadon, Phy)

*Subutex. (Buprenorphine - suboxone)

*Morphine. (MS Contin, MSIR, Avinza, Kadian, Oramorph, Roxanol, Kapanol)

*Peyote. (Lophophora williamsii)

*Some other stuff that's unidentifiable, and I think a little bit of Angel Dust I think if I'm not mistaken. Keep it traditional. (PCP - “Phencyclidine“)
Like a drug Neapolitan.

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Safety message;

Please note that the above topic, definition, and quote, are all from a fictional character in the 2010 comedy; "Get Him to the Greek". And are not to be taken seriously or attempted in real life.
(the ingredients in a Jeffrey)

Aldous: "Aaron, here, take this, it's a "Jeffrey", it'll calm you down".

Aaron: "What's in this? My heart's starting to beat really fast".
by Tenos January 15, 2011
Noun: A home that has no ready-to-eat foods or snacks, only the ingredients to make food.
I'm going over to Jenna's house, I better eat something beforehand because she lives in an Ingredient House.
by PurplJep December 23, 2021
one who works with and is especially familiar with ingredients. also is generally distinguished by the ability to enrich uranium-235 using a microwave and Land o' Lakes butter. also used as an insult, to be used only against foes due to its highly offensive manner.
shut up you....ingredient man

damn it, ingredient man, you kicked my ass again!
by sirsurefoot April 24, 2005