- adj. Having a taste like that of cheddar cheese.
- cheddar + -y (Wiktionary)
“Nigel, meanwhile, mixes his cheese with solid butter, which gives a denser, more intensely cheddary topping which I'd hesitate to describe as anything grander than a simple cheese on toast.”
“The interior is golden, with an assertive, almost cheddary flavor and a slightly bitter finish.”
“Generally, it is deep dish, with a crispy top layer, and gooey warm and cheddary, doled out in big soft spoonfuls, comfort food of high magnitude.”
“My dad's secret for extra cheddary oomph he is the mac and cheese maker, though my mother cooks everything else is a small spoonful of Keen's dry hot mustard powder in the sauce.”
“The jays were going cuckoo over the Cheezie Nuggies, most definitely savoring the zesty cheddary richness, scurrying back to their nests to regurgitate from their crops their loads of dull little seeds and romping expectantly back to my windowsill for a fresh new load of Nug-gies.”
“At Colombia's big outdoor soundsystem parties such as Skorpion Disco Show, which echo the bass culture of Jamaica, DJs including Los Reyes Del Perreo bosh out rampant, high-powered, champeta fusions featuring ultra cheddary trance riffs, cheap drum machines and bargain-bin”
“She had the somewhat culturally confusing hara kebab (£6), which was spinach burgers, with an apparently cheddary filling”
“Following a move and an expansion, Margie's Red Rose Diner remains the primary exemplar of soul food in Harlem, turning out supremely crisp fried chicken sided with leathery collards and cheddary mac-and-cheese.”
“For five bucks, diners can get a bubbling side of creamy, white cheddary goodness.”
“Once the broccoli is cooked and the soup is thickening, it’s time to add a splash of cream (or milk), grated cheddar (I grate it directly into the soup, stirring occasionally to see if it looks cheddary enough yet), then salt, pepper, and dill to finish.”
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