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- n. Alternative spelling of crudités.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an appetizer consisting of raw vegetables cut into bite-sized strips and served with a dip.
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- n. raw vegetables cut into bite-sized strips and served with a dip
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Is it necessary to remind you -- dropping this lightsome vein for a precious moment -- that I am penning away my "crudites," off-hand, at the top of my speed? that my set intention is, if possible, to jot down instanter my heavy brainful, and feel for once light headed?
Also serve with a good, chunky bleu cheese dressing and cut crudites.
He will pick at crudites and then pretends he doesnt know that the other apero snacks like pate are fatty.
These dried and smoked jalapenos, when toasted, steeped and blended with lime and creme fraiche or sour cream could make a sexy dip for crudites, or a fine dressing for a chicken and roasted corn salad.
But Elizabeth dreads making the crudites and pouring the dips.
We may never learn to love to cook healthful dinners or work out in a gym or stick to sparkling water and crudites without dip at a party.
Its crunchy sweetness makes great crudites, especially served with a favorite dip.
Items from the new outdoor-only menu (wood-grilled sardines, garden crudites, crispy clams) will be available for $4 each.
This makes a great dip for crudites or tortilla chips.
The Redskins made a few offseason moves, trying to upgrade their crudites, but in the end, the relish tray is still long on peanut butter-filled celery sticks and radishes and short on imported olives.