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Mine was nicely flavored, with a little bit of heat from that promised Cajun seasoning, but it was limp, not crisp, and fell away from the fish in gummy chunks when I tried to pull the edge of the filet apart.
After time and exposure to sunlight, they tend to weather into smaller and smaller chunks with the same chemical composition.
The recipe developer Rick Martinez uses a similar method, breaking the cooked sweet potatoes into large chunks, dousing them in good oil and plenty of salt, and letting the oven crisp up all the corners.
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Heated gloves use the same lithium-ion battery technology as the rechargeable ones listed above, but the active heaters are fit to the glove, so you can maintain grip and flexibility without maneuvering around a large chunk of plastic and metal.
This 70-year-old family-run dairy is a master at balancing smooth and crunchy textures for optimal chunk-burrowing with a spoon.
Significant chunks of money spent in key 2020 Senate races — including Kelly Loeffler's in Georgia — came from nonprofits and companies with little online footprint and no trace of their own financial benefactors, new disclosure filings show.
So there’s this mechanism to deliver dust to the Earth that is a lot more reliable than the mechanism that delivers larger chunks of rock.
Israel has vaccinated a significant chunk of its population, enough to begin feasibly planning for a post-herd-immunity reality.
Shelly Fredman, a third-grade teacher at the private New Roads School in Santa Monica, California, spent a good chunk of Inauguration Day in tears.
A huge chunk of your book is dedicated to talking about domestic labor, traditionally thought of as women’s work.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION