from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To burn.
- An obsolete form of broil.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a member of a group of Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux
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But she used to serve it with sucre brule, which is kind of a syrup.
The smooth vanilla taste (definitely from the vanilla bean) reminded me of creme brule, but the texture was like an extra silky and creamy cheesecake … almost a cross between a thick custard and a regular cheesecake.
I was on brule lake in the boundary waters, sitting in my canoe.
Or aliens might blast your wooden door with green flames, turning your house into alien crème brule, allowing them to eat their way through it to come in and probe you freely.
This year i went to brule lake in the BWCA for a week trip.
The same way that crÃ¨me brule is unlike pork rinds, and a Lincoln Town Car is not a pickup truck, so is Barack Obama not George Bush.
The same way that crème brule is unlike pork rinds, and a Lincoln Town Car is not a pickup truck, so is Barack Obama not George Bush.
Creme brule and a huge tub make it a vacation in my mind.
Luckily, as an afternoon visit to sip a vin brule at the ice rink at the Kulm will prove, the smartest thing in St Moritz is not to ski at all.
Same with teaching the art of sexual positions, how to make crème brule, or how to run a business.
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