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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of roast.
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- adj. (meat) cooked by dry heat in an oven
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But then the film attempts to jar the viewer with gory scenes like one around a bonfire wherein roasted marshmallows turn mouths and faces into sticky goo.
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I also used a more traditional Mexican tomato sauce, although I did sub in roasted poblanos for chipotles for the young tongues among us.
This recipe is reminiscent of the classic Mexican pork loin roasted with orange juice.
Stir in roasted squash, 2 tbsp butter and cheeses.
Table Salsas: Dried chiles are used in roasted table salsas, which require each ingredient to be roasted/toasted on the comal and then coarsely ground in the molcajete or by briefly pulsing in a blender or food processor.
Hamilcar offered in his name roasted barley and pieces of raw meat; people accosted one another, and embraced one another with tears; the Tyrian towns were taken, the nomads dispersed, and all the
In 1922 he graduated and then began research under Professor Staudinger on the composition of the flavouring substances in roasted coffee.
But the name that is applied to the process depends somewhat on custom, for while meat that is cooked in the oven is really baked, it is usually termed roasted meat.
Fowls are at every meal, but never plain roasted or plain boiled.
Ducks and geese are generally best plain roasted with green peas, or with apple or onion sauce.
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