well-flavoured love

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  • I'd prefer a little more liquid though: although well-flavoured, without the tomatoes and wine of the other recipes it's drier than surely even Locatelli could intend.

    How to cook perfect lasagne

  • A well-flavoured vegetable is cooked, and the individual is destroyed; but the horticulturist sows seeds of the same stock, and confidently expects to get nearly the same variety. . .

    SuperCooperators

  • Thrifty cooks amongst you would realize that we now had a well-flavoured stock leftover from cooking the pickled pork and I had been waiting a while to make something of which we are all very fond – soup veg soup – and this stock was the perfect foundation.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • It is a miscellaneous feeder, devouring fallen fruits, earthworms, snails, and centipedes, but the flesh is white and well-flavoured when properly cooked.

    The Malay Archipelago

  • Of all eating-places James liked best to come here; there was something unpretentious, well-flavoured, and filling about it, and though he had been to a certain extent corrupted by the necessity for being fashionable, and the trend of habits keeping pace with an income that would increase, he still hankered in quiet City moments after the tasty fleshpots of his earlier days.

    The Man of Property

  • One of the best fish of this country, is called Le Loup, about two or three pounds in weight; white, firm, and well-flavoured.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • We bought water-melons nearly twice as large as a man's head, most deliciously cool and well-flavoured, for a halfpenny apiece; and for the value of threepence, half a wheelbarrowful of peaches.

    Journal of researches into the geology and natural history of the various countries visited by H.M.S. Beagle

  • For practically all white animals are both hotter and better flavoured for the same reason; the concoction of their nutriment makes them well-flavoured, and heat causes the concoction.

    On the Generation of Animals

  • Spiced, to be truthful, with more than a little mischief when he could get it, as he liked his victuals well-flavoured, but quietude all the same, a ship becalmed and enjoying it.

    A Morbid Taste For Bones

  • Neither of the latter fruits is equal to those forced in our houses, but they are well-flavoured and tender.

    Roumania Past and Present

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