A large meal elaborately prepared or served
A usually short journey taken for pleasure
For example, Rory left to join the press junket following then Senator Obama's bid to be the Democratic Nominee for President.
press Quotes Craig spoke to ` The Insider ` during a Czech Republic press junket on May 22nd.
News from the Harrogate Nursery Fair It's an industry junket for some, a serious buying opportunity for others!
It's funny that Bollywood isn't so much jumping on the last slasher movie junket as, perhaps, anticipating the next one.
She even had some junket for pudding which she avowed she had not tasted for " nigh on thirty years " .