- n. Plural form of condiment.
“He threw his leather jacket over a pidgeon he lured with a crust, snapped its neck, cleaned and plucked it, then (using condiments from the hotel fast food pavilion) made "lemon pepper squab" in the hotel room coffee maker pot!”
“As for the covering things in condiments - let your kids try this as well maybe they’ll eat more things.”
“Via No More Mister Nice Blog (and latest addition to the blogroll), today's right-wing freak out is about President Obama's taste in condiments.”
“This of course is a rare quality to find in journalists these days you excepted of course Joanna! as the modern media man or woman is content to regurgitate the 'party line' dressed up in all sorts of buzz word condiments trying to make their tabloid more palatable than the opposition.”
“Bernadette next taught Chloë how to jump down out of the van, open the window, pull down the ledge, put up the awning, and set out what Bernadette liked to call her condiments.”
“The prevailing opinion respecting the substances known as condiments is, that they possess essentially stimulating qualities, rendering them peculiarly fitted for inducing, by reflex action, the secretion of the alimentary juices.”
“They are called condiments, and as such may be used in moderation.”
“A word about condiments: I wasn't wowed by the mild sambar, which substitutes pumpkin and a squashlike vegetable called "drumsticks" for carrots or potatoes.”
“The condiments are the key to the California burger experience.”
“The regular soup base, a separate one with the "condiments" (dried scallions and such), and one of "sauce" (since I got the 'beef satay' flavor).”
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