from The Century Dictionary.
- Mingled with brandy; made stronger by the addition of brandy; flavored or treated with brandy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Mingled with brandy; made stronger by the addition of brandy; flavored or treated with brandy.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Serve at room temperature with brandied whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
For one thing, it was the occasion of my discovery of the Pimm's Royale, a Ritz specialty consisting of Pimm's No. 1 topped off with champagne and garnished with lots of sliced fruit and seriously potent brandied cherries.
You can also taste the brandied fruits very well this way.
Apricots and almonds, figs and venison, beef and brandied dates—she knew them as well as the words to a lullaby.
Strain into a Martini glass; add 2 brandied cherries.
Forget the marketing, forget Marvel for a second, this is being brandied about by us, the public on the web who follows these movies that we find near and dear to us, extremely intently.
I pour champagne at dessert, ice cream with hot brandied cherries.
Vermouth takes the lead in the Cherry Lane, a cocktail created by bartender Brian Bartels of Joseph Leonard restaurant in New York's West Village: Combine 11/2 ounces sweet vermouth, 1/2 ounce dry vermouth, and 1 tablespoon juice from brandied cherries* in a shaker with ice.
Their 70-seat eatery, named the 70-seat eatery for a Southern dessert of legend, a brandied-soaked almond cake made on the premises daily.
Warm Spiced Doughnuts ($9) were cakey rather than fluffy, best when soaked in the pistachio ice cream, brandied cherries, and apricot orange blossom coulis that all dissolved into a single sweet, frangrant, utterly delicious soup.