Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of crust.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The trick with the thinner crusts is to bake them immediately, at least partially, so that the yeast gets killed off and it keeps the thinness (you can also "dock" them like pie dough to keep them flatter).

    Creature of Habit

  • As we started to leave, Miss Haythorne gathered up a couple of crusts from the neighbouring tables and thrust them somewhere into her rags.

    CORONATION DAY

  • One of the best parts about these crusts is the tin that they come in.

    Marie Callender’s Deep Dish Pie Crusts, reviewed | Baking Bites

  • Trim thin portion of top and bottom crusts from the Mexican pastry, if using.

    Special Foods and Recipes for Lent

  • Drawing his dagger, he trimmed the crusts from the still oven-warm loaf.

    Excerpt: Lord Brocktree by Brian Jacques

  • It deals with the very foundations of human existence including food, the lack and superabundance thereof, great gluttons and untold starvelings, the joys of the palate and crusts from the rich man's table.

    Nobel Lecture - Literature 1999

  • As we started to leave, Miss Haythorne gathered up a couple of crusts from the neighboring tables and thrust them somewhere into her rags.

    Coronation Day

  • "Do try that Italian sausage," said the Captain, as he discussed his second egg, after peeling the most attractive crusts from the French rolls, and pushing the crumb to his _protégé_.

    Birds of Prey

  • Rustic Crust ready-made pizza crusts are available nationwide in key grocery chains and independent natural food stores across the country.

    Wheat-Free, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Pizza Crusts

  • And the thing is – my crusts are always flaky and taste wonderful – I think I am just too timid in shaping them, so they tend to look crooked or sloppy or something.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Sweet Success

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