In New Zealand a boil-up is a colloquial term for a method of cooking used by the Māori peoples. A simple method of cooking, a Boil-up is literally the boiling of different foodstuffs in a large pot (usually a stockpot) together to create a sort of crossover between a soup and a stew.
It is also a term used in the Eastern Provinces of Canada to refer to an afternoon break with tea and sometimes sandwiches.
Making the case for clean in place: boil-up methods are no longer the standard for cleaning high-purity process reactors. (Pristine Processing).
Feb 01, 2002; Clean-in-place (CIP) technology provides a repeatable, automated process for cleaning process equipment and fluid-flow systems...