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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of crumb.

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Examples

  • The buttermilk cake - that I opted to bake in a 9 springform and slice into layers rather than bake separately - was divinely tender and fine-crumbed, but held up to a light soaking in it's namesake liqueur overnight.

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  • Sides are worth making space for: creamed sweet corn with chilli and basil or Brussels sprouts with a crust of crumbed prosciutto and hazelnuts.

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  • Pass the eggs through the flour, shaking off any excess, then the beaten egg and finally the breadcrumbs, re-moulding them once crumbed.

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  • The buttermilk cake - that I opted to bake in a 9 springform and slice into layers rather than bake separately - was divinely tender and fine-crumbed, but held up to a light soaking in it's namesake liqueur overnight.

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  • But it bakes up into something uncommonly fragrant, moist and nubbly-crumbed.

    Like a lullaby

  • After Kent's first bite of crisp crusted, light, opened crumbed baguette he said, "You bought this."

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  • I reached down behind the cushion into the cookie-crumbed and spidery bowels of the couch until I got hold of the remote.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • They used to do delicious lamb and their schnitzels were those garbage lid sized slabs of crumbed meat people rave about.

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  • After Kent's first bite of crisp crusted, light, opened crumbed baguette he said, "You bought this."

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • It was leathery and prepared beyond recognition, stuffed with prawns and crabmeat, bread-crumbed, deep-fried and coated with a lobster sauce.

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