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Hangry? Put some piecaken in your cake-hole

The language of food is changing - not just to reflect new menus, diets and mash-ups, but also to give voice to our food obsessions and anxieties

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Hangry - the state of being so hungry that you become angry or irritable - has been added to the online Oxford English Dictionary this year .

New York

THE language of food is changing at breakneck speed to reflect new menus, new mash-ups, new diets, new hashtags.

"We need new words and labels to give voice to our food obsessions and anxieties," said Josh Friedland, the author of the new book Eatymology: The Dictionary of

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