Thesaurus / crumb


He accomplished it while working under an amateur contract — crumbs compared with what full professionals earn in Germany.
The extra-height lift lever makes it safe to remove bread from the hot appliance, and a slide-out crumb tray helps keep things clean.
It offers six auto-cook modes, a digital timer, and manual controls, and it comes with a removable pan and crumb tray for extra flexibility.
Add the crumbs and cook, stirring frequently, until golden and crisp, 3 to 5 minutes.
Add the melted butter and vanilla and process until the crumbs are uniformly damp, about 30 seconds more.
For baked goods, ensure your containers don’t roll around in the box, resulting in a gift of cookie crumbs.
Bake for 40 to 45 minutes, rotating from front to back halfway through, until the edges and top have a golden crust but the middle remains slightly underdone, with a toothpick inserted in the center pulling up moist crumbs.
Kludt’s iced sugar cookies, which were fragile to begin with, arrived with a dusting of crumbs sheared from their edges, and one was broken in two.
Make butter artFiddly little touches like crumb scrapers help separate roadside diners from fine dining establishments, and just a few extra minutes of fussing can elevate a home table in the same way.
I like my crumbs large and scraggly, not fine and sandy like most store-bought varieties, so they can perfectly trap my favorite seasonings.


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