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Along the way, readers are treated to gorgeous descriptions of Belon oysters with French butter and rye bread, flame-kissed Portuguese sardines and micro-scale sustainably-farmed shrimp in a coconut curry, while getting an intimate peek into the lives of the people who harvest, produce and cook the fish.
I am now happy to report that I did the right thing by giving into my weakness, the flourless chocolate tower with flame-kissed marshmallow was absolutely climatic.
And the flame-kissed crust you get on grilled meat finds as little purchase on a clamshell as it would on a ceramic casserole.
Almost everyone who's ever flipped a burger or grilled a steak has dreamed of having the ultimate outdoor kitchen setup, a grill station that will be the envy of the neighbors and make it possible to turn out mass quantities of flame-kissed delicacies with speed and flair.
This is a raucous, flame-kissed joyride filled with trivia, tips and postcards from the fringe - if there is any flaw in the plan here, it's that summer isn't long enough to try every recipe.
PM's eight-ounce flame-kissed patty-infused with minced onions sautéed in butter and licked with a glaze of ...
It's home to an increasing number of really great independant businesses, including an Alamo Drafthouse (which would end up literally across the street from the new Wal-Mart), Top Notch, which is the hamburger joint featured in Dazed and Confused (great not only for their flame-kissed burgers but also for the fact that it's not retro, it's just old), and the best toy store I've ever been in, Terra Toys, as well as a local gym, local hair salons, etc.
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