- n. Plural form of spoonful.
“But then he had inexcusably dropped dead, with his affairs in such a mess and his life-insurance premiums unpaid, that Charlie's mother had sold the few spoonsful of equity he had built up in it, and had moved away.”
“At dinner I was more insistent, and succeeded in persuading him to try a few spoonsful of soup.”
“Bakers of Kitchings published version are instructed to put three serving spoonsful sic of batter in nine-inch pans.”
“You're not getting squat from me -- no witty spoonsful of sugar to make the neocon medicine go down, no weak-kneed contrarianism to compromise my rightist righteousness.”
“I stole fruits, food and extra spoonsful of porridge to save the baby.”
“The other day, I converted the Ham 'n Beans into an improvised Pasta e Fagioli, by adding some leftover cooked chard, a handful of cooked penne pasta, and the final touch — a couple of generous spoonsful of Sun Dried Tomato Pesto, purchased at Costco.”
“My reading addiction/obsession really started around second grade when I got into my first YA and found out that not only could I get great stories that way, but I could also get a lot of information about the world with major spoonsful of sugar. (check out Scott's novels Peeps and So Yesterday for examples of such.)”
“- Drop by spoonsful onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet.”
“When you are baking with frozen cherries, if you put a few spoonsful of the sugar, taken from the sugar in your recipe, into a plasic freezer bag with the frozen cherries, shake it up well, and put it back in the freezer for a few hours, this prevents the cherries from bleeding into custard or dough, or whatever you are making.”
“Cook on a low heat; add 2 spoonsful of fresh cream and mix well.”
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