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  • n. suitability for use as food


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  • Redlich break a side of beef & explain the different cuts & how they should be cut to increase tenderness/eatability.

    At My Table

  • A panel of judges will rate all the entries for eatability, originality and aesthetics and the winners will be announced right here on The Laughing Gastronome at the end of October.

    Does My Blog Look Good In This 2006 #10 Oc·to·ber

  • Photos will be judged on originality, eatability and aesthetics.

    Does my blog look good in this? | Baking Bites

  • They will be judging based on aesthetics, eatability, and originality, and will post a winner on Thursday, June 30th.

    Does My Blog Look Good in This...Today?

  • And Il Cavoletto di Bruxelles wins again in the eatability category.

    June « 2005 « I HEART BACON

  • One, on the eatability website, said that three people were sent outside to read the policy and then rudely sent away.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • They were: juiciness, texture, eatability (in other words: the ability to eat the burger without making a mess of oneself, the table, and one's dignity), and taste.

    The Chronicle

  • Toula Foscolos, bureau chief for the websites of The Chronicle, Cités-Nouvelles, the Westmount Examiner and The Monitor, awarded points for eatability.

    The Chronicle

  • *chuckle* How incredibly honored I am that a photo of Strawberries and Cream Stuffed French Toast received an honorable mention for eatability.

    My Blog Looked Eatable in June!


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