- v. present participle of enrobe.
“After noting that the morsels were polished off in clusters, she began cutting them into larger slabs and enrobing them in chocolate.”
“It's called enrobing, and Steve Almond writes about it in almost pornographic detail in his excellent book Candyfreak.”
“Trying to be nice, Mateu told her the job was probably too much for one person to handle; in the future, they would do the enrobing together.”
“But by the time she fixed the problem, he had already come to a conclusion about her enrobing abilities.”
“` ` He lied to become a judge, elaborated on his misrepresentations for his enrobing ceremony and subsequently lied to the commission in an apparent attempt to frustrate its investigation, '' the commission said in an order signed by Chairman Michael A. Kahn.”
“I've read a lot of shad recipes in the past few days, and I don't quite get why so many of them call for enrobing the fish, however cooked, in heavy, rich sauces.”
“Mashing, steaming or enrobing the sputnik orb in cheese and baking it au gratin style, are delicious ways to cook the German vegetable.”
“Wary of enrobing yourself in head-to-hemline spots?”
“Its the chocolate: thick, fudge-y, frosting enrobing the cake, with some extra whipped fluff piped along the edge where the cake abuts the Styrofoam plate.”
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