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- n. The state of being creamy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being creamy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being creamy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of having the thickness of heavy cream
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Peter M., for me, the creaminess is the best thing about risotto and, you are right, the squash really adds to it.
I agree that the maison hot chocolate is good … but even the semisweet one is too rich (in creaminess, not sweetness) for me to finish by myself.
This one was long on vegetables and short on eggs: that'd been the intent, calorie-wise, but I missed the extra egg, missed the extra creaminess from a bit of cheese.
The picture you see here is of the leftovers, taken the next day, and by this time, most of the creaminess has been absorbed into the rice.
It just goes with my hair and complexion beautifully, bringing out the red-brown shades and what Miss Oliver calls my 'creaminess' so well.
One taster, who liked the "creaminess," would buy.
Arla Foods has discovered a new way of reducing the fat content of fresh cheese from 9 per cent to 3 per cent, without affecting its 'creaminess'.
Seasoned with French sea salt, cold-pressed Swedish rapeseed oil and ground macadamia nuts, the cheese had a creaminess that seemed to sweeten its otherwise savory quality.
My friend Del's bison burger was a succulent symphony of robust meat and subtle umami mushrooms and onions wrapped in a crusty flax bun; my Alaskan halibut soft tacos offered a generous portion of firm snowy-white fish uplifted by the creaminess of avocado and tickled by the piquancy of pickled onions, with an undertone of heat that gave me the kick I had been looking for.
The dip's beguiling creaminess and haunting flavor come from tahini (sesame paste) enhanced with a bit of garlic and brightened with both fresh lemon juice and parsley.
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