- v. present participle of spice.
“Rest of the spicing is almost identical to the Indian variety.”
“In some iterations, the “snappiness” of the cookie comes only from its texture, while in others (the better ones, in my opinion), generous spicing is what makes them “snap.””
“Niel writes particularly good steak -- range fed, the spicing is different every time, always delectable, and some of it obviously comes from places where cattle are not indigenous, making you go, Wow.”
“First, as Brauchli implied, there’s not much original in spicing together some YouTube videos of animals and making them appear like they’re dancing to music.”
“They both like the idea of spicing things up and pissing off Paul when he finds out.”
“In it the meat is chopped a little coarser than in the Cervelat, and the spicing is the same as that used in Germany.”
“My Christmas pudding recipe is a little lighter than usual, given a great lift by the quince though you could use a couple of sharp cooking apples and the lemon zest, the spicing is a little more assertive than the standard.”
“The malt is nice, but the spicing is a bit too intense for my taste.”
“Giving new meaning to the idea of spicing up one's food, curry powder is allowed 100 or more bug bits per 25 grams; ground thyme up to 925 insect fragments per 10 grams; ground pepper up to 475 insect parts per 50 grams.”
“One of her bridal showers had been a "spicing", where everyone brought spices.”
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