Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of curd.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of curd.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Several Québécois communities claim to be the birthplace of poutine, including Drummondville (by Jean-Paul Roy in 1964), [7] Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, and Victoriaville. [citation needed] One often-cited tale is that of Fernand Lachance, from Warwick, Quebec, which claims that poutine was invented in 1957, [8] when a customer ordered fries while waiting for his cheese curds from the Kingsey cheese factory in Kingsey Falls (now in Warwick and owned by Saputo Incorporated).

    Poutine | My[confined]Space

  • Most cheese is made from casein curds, the lumps formed by the casein protein when the whey liquid is removed from milk.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Mulya chi koshimbir: White Icicle Radish in curds with chopped tomato and cilantro

    Gavhachi Kheer

  • Wherever we found Kurds, either in tents or in villages, the unveiled women would give us DU, as they call their curds and whey, and barley for our horses, and now and then a little bread.

    Hira Singh : when India came to fight in Flanders

  • Scary: Then put the stuff back on the griddle and heat till you can wait no more … a tiny dollop of this with pita bread/lebanese bread and some curds is mindblowing …: -) bilbs: hmm sounds good. so what chillies are these. the fresh green ones or the red dried ones

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • They are still, too, of a fiery disposition, and it is said that the favourite dish of gram-flour cooked with curds, which is known as _karhi_, is never served at their weddings.

    The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India Volume II

  • Then the LCC will begin its long-term project of smashing cheeses together at close to the speed of light in under to understand more about the make up of fundamental cheese particles such as curds and whey as described in quantum cheese theory.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • We put in either vinegar or lime juice into boiling milk, park the 'curds' into a tight mould and hey presto...

    Fresh Goat Cheese

  • I had not talked even of "curds," though I had given him several hard cuts on other subjects, when an accident happened which frightened all malicious fun out of me.

    A Confederate girl's diary,

  • -- Ordinary experience teaches us that those who wish to produce certain effects, such as curds, or earthen jars, or golden ornaments, employ for their purpose certain determined causal substances such as milk, clay, and gold; those who wish to produce sour milk do not employ clay, nor do those who intend to make jars employ milk and so on.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1

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  • Ha ha ha! I know what you mean!

    February 8, 2007

  • just looking at the word makes my teeth squeak!

    February 8, 2007