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“This classic French pastry has been done a major disservice by mass production: however imaginative the filling I recently encountered one studded with meatballs, the memory of which still keeps me awake, they bear little resemblance to the delicately wobbling, full-flavoured beauties you can turn out at home.”
“Cullen skink is one of Britain's best soups: full-flavoured, hearty, and comfortingly creamy, it's just the thing to warm your cockles after a hard day's work on the Moray Firth – or even at the office.”
“The chicken breasts were full-flavoured and juicy and sufficiently free-range to pass muster at the most concerned of cafes.”
“A full-flavoured, aromatic, organic beauty from a cracking Burgundy vintage.”
“Impressive, smoky, plummy" (Jane MacQuitty, The Times); "What I've enjoyed most this week: full-flavoured, intense, juicy and dark with rich, ripe, rounded fruit and silky smotth tannins" (Johnny Ray, The Telegraph), this is classic claret.”
“I have, however, tweaked the recipe: lemon zest to complement the rhubarb; rose water to perfume the rhubarb along with mint; and ground almonds in the biscuit mixture to round out the sweetness of the topping with full-flavoured nuttiness pulverised walnuts and pistachios also work well.”
“They also make wonderfully full-flavoured pasta sauces, but given that San Marzano tomatoes have a DOP and are a little difficult to successfully grow, they are a bit more expensive, but definitely worthwhile.”
“Generally though, subtle-tasting cheese is better before dinner with a nice dry white or good sparkling and the more full-flavoured cheese (cheddar, washed rind, blue) is ideal after dinner with a good red or sticky.”
“She first whips up a Mint Chutney using mint, coriander, chillies, black salt and lemon juice and then teems it with a Roasted Garlic and Sun-dried Tomato Cream Cheese to create a full-flavoured three slice sandwich using toasted whole wheat bread.”
“I cannot taste it I only taste full-flavoured bread.”
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