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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of flambe.


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  • The show was flambeed for its depiction of rampant underage sex and drugs among a group of working-class high school friends after the first episode aired last week.

    For teens, MTV's 'Skins' offers allure of the forbidden

  • Still, we've enjoyed seeing her in the promotional photos for the series, posing in a wispy yellow costume, looking for all the world like a flambeed canary.

    The view from a broad

  • Had poached eggs on lump crab, creole french onion soup, and crepe with flambeed strawberries.

    November 10th, 2008

  • For an entree, Brenda and I had Camarones al Chipotle which is Tequila flambeed shrimp served with chile chipotle salsa and a little black bean and manchego stuffed pastry called a huarache.

    Dinner at Maya

  • I wouldn't have commented if it hadn't been just last week I made crepes guadeloupe (caramelized banana, flambeed with rum) at 10pm for me and my wife on a whim.

    You'll Be Drooling Over Julie & Julia!

  • If at-home baristas have been waiting for recipes, now they can do anything from a Thai iced coffee to a flambeed Cafe Brulot.

    Coffee Love + Q&A

  • The tart that we were supposed to make is a flambeed cherry tart.

    That Cookbook Thing II -

  • For about $50 per person, you can have wine, appetizer (fried brie, I love), entre (tournedos are great), profiteroles and flambeed coffee (not to be missed).

    Best Shopping Center in Querataro, Guanajuato and Michoacan?

  • Firedoglake first for the raw meat tartare, then watertiger and the Boggerman for the dessert of fools flambeed.

    Firedoglake » Late Night FDL: A Thin Candy-Coat of Legitimacy

  • We ordered a pure dark chocolate fondue and the Flaming Turtle, which was milk chocolate, caramel, and chopped pecans, flambeed tableside.

    Archive 2004-10-01


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