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The strand then yanks the tiny morsel upward to flail in the air.
To know when they’re ready to use, try a tiny morsel, and wait about ten seconds to see if any bitterness comes through.
You can keep things simple and leave the dish nice and brothy, bring it to a boil with the lid off to cook it down almost completely until it forms a glaze to coat each morsel, or aim for a consistency somewhere in between.
Those cells may help an arm quickly tell whether something is a morsel of food, a spiny rock or a poisonous creature.
And I have not had the first morsel of food prepared from this grain offered me since I reached the shores of Europe.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
They competed for it only in order to get a morsel of food, so they would not have to beg it from door to door.
We snatched a hasty morsel or two, and then hurried on, in order to complete the second half of the road before sunset.
It is said he never eat a morsel at his own expense, and left about $35,000 to relatives whom he had never seen.
She holds her knife in her right hand, and in the other a crust of bread with her toothsome morsel on it.
There is no “storied window,” scarcely any “dim religious light,” and not a morsel of extra colouring in the whole establishment.

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