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    You likely mean "recipe"....directions for preparing a food item (stew, cake, lasagne, for example) or "receipt"...generally a paper document listing various items purchased, with prices and a grand dollar total of purchase, the form of tender used to pay for the purchase, and change received back, if any.

    The food one is pronounced :  reh-----ci (as in city)-----peee
    The paper one is ponounced:   reeeee----seat 



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