Hodge-podge

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Hodge-podge or hotchpotch describes a confused or disorderly mass or collection of things; a "mess" or a "jumble".

Hodge-podge may refer to:

See also[edit]

  • Hotchpot, in property law, the blending or combining of property in order to ensure equality of division
  • Hodgepodge Lodge, 1970–1977 American children's television series shown on a number of PBS stations
  • Hutspot, a simple traditional Dutch casserole, usually composed of potatoes, carrots, and onions, all mashed together.
  • Kids' CBC, a programming block on CBC Television called Hodge Podge Lodge from the 1980s to the early 1990s
  • Sacred Chao, a symbol used by Discordians to illustrate the interrelatedness of order and disorder