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- v. Present participle of flambe.
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As to the flambeing, well, when we have saganaki, which is sizzling hot, the waiter always has to ignite it with a lighter.
Souffles, Caesar salads and coquilles Saint-Jacques began showing up on middle-class dinner tables, and people who had never fore struck a match to anything more festive than a birthday candle were flambeing everything from Rock Cornish hens to coffee.
And yes, we watch the news about children being bombed to bits, skin flambeing off their bones, because it's all Absolutely Safe for Work, as long as you don't show any woman's tits.
It isn't till you flip to the back that you realise the cover picture wraps around and the scaly one is flambeing a pirate ship.
I truly wish you would merely stick to truth coupled with just a tad of logic when you are engaged in flambeing one of the greatest American Presidents ever.
Well now you can and not have to worry about singeing your pubes, flambeing your dick or roasting your balls by wearing one of these new Jockstrap Central aprons.