- n. Plural form of tastebud.
“Otherwise, perhaps its just a difference in tastebuds .. although your addition of sausage does sound pretty good, I might have to try that next time I make it!”
“These are wines that would scare some people as they don't cuddle or soothe your tastebuds, which is why wineries also craft inexpensive wines from warmer regions that offered a good dose of citrus fruit (ruby grapefruit mostly) to offset Sauvignon Blanc's more intense characteristics.”
“The first thing to hit your tastebuds is the taste of dark chocolate from the cocoa powder.”
“tough as a nickel steak and slicker than the path to hell" but what really tickled my tastebuds was the accompaniments - potato, roasted in its jacket with butter and a quarter of an iceberg lettuce with blue cheese dressing.”
“Of course, not only is the health of China’s people in danger – their tastebuds are at risk as well.”
“Artichoke Pastitsio with Basil Béchamel is so alive with flavor it will make your tastebuds stand up and sing the Greek national anthem.”
“As for the delicious protein, you'll be choosing from the likes of the pork/braised-duck, cassoulet-style Toulouse, the Viennoise (stuffed with cheese, served over beer-steeped sauerkraut), and the Merguez, whose North African spices will run rampant over your tastebuds like Tunisians overthrowing a dictator (thank you, Pat Kiernan's "In the Papers").”
“That should deaden your tastebuds to any atrocities.”
“Consumers should be encouraged to trust themselves and believe their own tastebuds.”
“Right, “Consumers should be encouraged to trust themselves and believe their own tastebuds.””
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