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delicious-smelling

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  • They sat on two large red leather seats with a wide arm between them on which they had the bowl of delicious-smelling popcorn.

    Family Storms

  • Candles and poetry books mingle with antique furniture, cowboy rugs and delicious-smelling sprigs of rosemary and thyme, which are neatly tied with a ribbon and left by the sink.

    Louise Roe: San Ysidro Ranch, Cali's Most Stylish A-list Hideaway

  • Some sat on their porches watching people waving the bright flags of their native islands and enjoying Caribbean delicacies sold by vendors whose barbecues released delicious-smelling smoke into the late summer air.

    Violence amid revelry at N.Y. West Indian Day Parade

  • From the airport in St. Barts to a tiny shop in Panama that sells food and soda where I found a delicious-smelling talcum powder called Raquel Body Powder.

    Linda Rodin

  • When it emerges 20 minutes or so later, he does a bit of fancy footwork with a conical sieve and a wooden spoon, and then he presents to me a stew so delicious-smelling, I know that I simply must eat it, even though it is still only 11 in the morning.

    Pierre Koffmann: 'Not enough British chefs cook from the heart'

  • I believe it's important to make time each day to do something you love around the home - for example, decorating, baking something delicious-smelling, crafts, etc.

    A Situation Common to All

  • A puff of warm, delicious-smelling air filled the kitchen.

    Fly Away Home

  • The nuts and seeds are so delicious-smelling from the oven that I could honestly use it as a cookie ... forget the pie!

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • This makes a delicious-smelling valentine card or picture for someone special.

    The Toddler's Busy Book

  • Well-priced denim skirts hung directly over the delicious-smelling smoke rising from carne asada being tossed on hot cast iron grills and there was a constant stream of people navigating their way through all of this lively activity.

    Archive 2008-04-01

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