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He’s also heard customers, often male, say they are planning to ride mellow trails while coveting bikes with aggressive, slack geometry that got good magazine reviews but were tested on very different terrain.
Their milder flavor means you can follow Winslow’s advice and use shallots for a modified version of creamed onions, typically made with mellow pearl onions.
I can’t quite explain why it was so delightful—the mellow vibe, his untroubled demeanor, the easy mastery of the skateboard, but damn.
From a distance, they may appear deceptively mellow, but they’re filled with craggy granite peaks, waterfalls, and tight gorges, so hikes are often full of rock scrambles and river crossings.
For others, it’s a mellow cruise on easy dirt just outside of town.
This whitewater stand-up paddleboard provided our group with a new way to play around in the river when things were more mellow.
The day was perfect; as clear and bright, as mellow and crisp, as rich in colour, as only an October day in England can be.
The warmest land is chosen—mellow and free from stones or shaded by trees and prepared as if for a garden.
The flavor is rich and mellow; a little more oily than Havana leaf.
The moon rose majestically above the distant trees; her full, round, and yellow orb cast a mellow light upon our group.
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