from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A thin crisp cracker sprinkled with coarse salt.
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- n. A thin, crisp, salted, white-colored cracker, a soda cracker; the most common of all US crackers; (UK) soda biscuit.
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- n. a cracker sprinkled with salt before baking
Halophiles (halophilic bacteria) - these only thrive in a salty environment, such as saltine lakes.
Best Use Very creamy and smooth, it's ideal spread on easily breakable saltine crackers, delicate crumpets or thin, crisp toast.
I remember how my grammy would take the little packets of saltine crackers from the restaurant table much to my utter mortification "just in case."
Lots of great recipes ... one of my simple favorites is to cube them in small chunks, dip them in egg/milk batter and then roll the chunk in crushed saltine crackers with lemmon pepper.
Bring some kippered herring with some saltine crackers ... and oh man, I have a meal!
Hope, with Joy perched on her hip, crossed to my nightstand and placed a package of saltine crackers next to the water glass.
HE dumps salt on almost everything, even saltine crackers.
Best if eaten with pork and beans and saltine crackers.
A grape soda and saltine crackers make the perfect accompanyment.
Dip the fish meat in the dip and roll it in crushed saltine crackers and celery salt.
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