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In addition, Trinidad-style aloo and channa enlists the pungent, floral herb culantro.
Miller lifts the stack of sliced squash and pungent Taleggio cheese with what he calls “excitement bites.”
All of the spices are so pungent and flavorful and perfectly balanced, and it results in so many easy and satisfying meals.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER
By now you’re probably used to dealing with the pungent, sticky mess—but that doesn’t mean you can’t improve the user experience.
Why chopping garlic changes its aromaFreshly peeled garlic gives off only a faint smell, but as soon as you slice, smash or chop the cloves the odor becomes pungent and so strong that it can be hard to wash off your fingers.
THERE’S A SCIENCE TO FOOD PAIRING, AND YOU CAN LEARN IT HEREPETER COUCQUYT, BERNARD LAHOUSSE, AND JOHAN LANGENBICKOCTOBER 22, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The low-and-slow roasting method captures the essence of the allium without the pungent odor and sharp bite.
THERE’S A SCIENCE TO FOOD PAIRING, AND YOU CAN LEARN IT HEREPETER COUCQUYT, BERNARD LAHOUSSE, AND JOHAN LANGENBICKOCTOBER 22, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
It curled and twisted in the embers as if it had been a living thing; a puff of smoke, a pungent odour, and it was gone.
It was made from the fibres of the leaves, and was considered among many to be the finest kind of the "pungent dust."
Frederick the Great and Napoleon both loved and used large quantities of the "pungent dust."
In its pure state it is a transparent and colourless gas, having a peculiar pungent smell, and highly soluble in water.

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