- adj. Not waxed.
- adj. not waxed
- un- + waxed (Wiktionary)
“For the pastry:180g plain flour90g caster sugar90g unsalted butter, diced3 egg yolks and 1 egg whiteFor the filling:5 unwaxed lemons275g caster sugar4 eggs, beaten 300g unsalted butter1.”
“Grated Zest of 1/2 unwaxed lemon plus extra to decorate.”
“Zest the unwaxed lemons and finely chop the resulting peel.”
“Here are dark figs and wet walnuts, unwaxed lemons and homemade fruit vinegar.”
“SERVES 4Barolo wine (or a Piedmont wine such as Barbera) 400ml lemon rind (unwaxed) 2 stripsorange rind (unwaxed) 2 stripscloves 2bay leaf 1caster sugar 200gripe pears such as Williams - do not peel just wash, then cut in half 2 panettone 4 slices, to servemascarpone or vanilla ice cream Add all the ingredients, except the pears and panettone, and 180ml water to a pan that will hold the fruit.”
“Better to use, you know, unwaxed lemon or organic lemon, simply because you are using the peel.”
“If you don't have an unwaxed lemon, wash thelemon well in warm water.”
“The hipster cops are sneering at the two faux surfers: 'I'm all dialed in to see what happens if the pair of rainbow donks actually hit the briny on their unwaxed legs.”
“Perhaps in deference to him she had made herself a bit less ornamental for the occasion; her eyelashes remained unwaxed, and in some subtle manner she had made herself look quieter than before.”
“The Anti-Floss movement could congregate on sidewalks and taunt passers-by with posters of innocent bacteria being killed by waxed and unwaxed nylon ribbons.”
‘unwaxed’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for unwaxed.