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“In the puff's favour, it crisps up sensationally well, which makes a lovely contrast to the butter-soft fruit above.”
“I'm keeping some of those shoes, all of those butter-soft gloves.”
“The dish certainly has the ring of the epic feasts of the period – a butter-soft, ruinously pricey cut of beef smothered in a rich, potentially even truffled mushroom mixture, spiked with madeira wine and topped, in its most glorious incarnation, with a decadent slab of foie gras.”
“I turned and some tall dark-skinned cutie in a fitted shirt with a butter-soft leather coat was smiling down at me with a drink in his hands.”
“He smelled real good and looked even better in this butter-soft leather coat, with a crisp button-up shirt and dark jeans.”
“With its towering seat height, butter-soft leather, color-coordinated piping and the galling thrust of available supercharged V8s, a Range Rover is beyond luxury metaphysics.”
“A roast rib-eye with Masami wagyu beef -- that rarefied cattle from Japan said to never eat, touch, or even look at added hormones in their lifetimes -- with cipollini, Yukon mousse, black truffles and hazelnut was butter-soft and marinated in juices that would make even the holy cows of India salivate.”
“TWENTYSOMETHING Go for the leather trench in the most butter-soft leather you can find, in a color other than black.”
“And a photo from my third-grade “concerned guidance counselor” phase shows me sporting a Dorothy Hamill wedge and looking luminous in butter-soft pink leather culottes and panty hose with a pair of dark brown negative heel shoes.”
“My gaze fell to my feet and beheld the butter-soft Puh-rah-dah on my feet.”
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