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adjective as in besotted

adjective as in heated

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Add the tomato paste and cook until darkened, 1 to 2 minutes.

The past nine months feel as if I made a monkey’s paw wish that I had more time to cook.

You can even cook ripe pears in this drink as it warms, and serve them with vanilla or ginger ice cream.

Using rice that has already been cooked, either frozen or shelf-stable, is one of the reasons this colorful, nutritious and vegan recipe works so well.

So I’ll cut them into quarters, roast just until they’re cooked through but not browned, and finish them on the stove to order.

The Plaza Hotel cooked a fancy-pants latke with red wine braised oxtail, horseradish sunchoke cream, and crispy kale.

The malted barley, yeast, and water are cooked, fermented, and distilled exactly the same.

His first experience had him swearing off “edibles”—food cooked with cannabis—for good.

Whitaker shows how some pharmaceutical companies have cooked the books to make the drugs seem more effective than they are.

Dubbed the “Airbnb of food,” the site allows individuals traveling abroad to try authentic home-cooked meals.

Everything showed a rapid flight; even the would-be dinner of the guerrillas was found half cooked.

At noon we camped, and cooked a bite of dinner while the horses grazed; ate it, and went on again.

Madame Antoine had cooked little else than the mullets, but while Edna slept Robert had foraged the island.

I would, too, but ma she hadn't nothing nice cooked up, and she was sort of scared offerin' city folks country victuals.

Had cooked up the scheme for pulling it off and had spent a good two weeks laying the groundwork.


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